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Posted · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

Bonjour,

Je souhaite un fichier stl existant et pour le modifier pour pouvoir l'adapter à une autre pièce.

Je travaille sous Inventor 2015 pour créer mes pieces

Quelqu'un saurait si c'est possible ?

Si oui me donner la méthode à utiliser

J'ai cherché sur le net mais pas trouvé grand chose d'efficace

merci pour vos réponses

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    Posted · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

    Les fichiers .STL ne sont pas directement destinés à être modifiés.

    Sketchup permet de le faire mais pour des fichiers très légers, c'est à dire avec le moins de facettes possibles.

    Meshmixer permet d'ouvrir les .STL et les "retravailler" mais pas de manière "technique".

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    Posted · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

    ou alors solidworks te permet de transformer tes stl en piece ( au moment de l'importation ) et de pouvoir les modifiers, mais pour cela il ne faut pas que ton stl fasse plus de 20000 triangles ( de mémoire )

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    Posted (edited) · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

    Tout dépend de se que tu veut faire, je ne parlerai que de log gratuit :

    - Blender pourra modifier le fichier en déplaçant les point.

    - designspark mechanical, pourra lui réunir les triangle pour en faire des face pleine et pouvoir les éditer et les transformer (comme solidworks)

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    Posted · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

    Tu ne peux pas modifier un fichier stl dans Inventor. Ton fichier stl peut juste te servir de base, après il faut que tu fasses une rétroconception soit manuelle soit à l'aide d'un logiciel spécifique, pour transformer ton stl en step ou iges.

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    Posted · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

    Space Claim ( la version payante de Design spark mechanical) possède un module spécial dédié à l'impression 3D qui permet de modifier des STL.

    space claim module impression 3D

    mais entre la licence de base à 2000€ et ce module qui doit en couter quelques centaines...

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    Posted · creer piece a partir de fichier stl

    merci à tous pour vos réponses

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