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Posted · out of memory netfaab

salut toutes et tous

j ais un probleme avec netfaab basic. l ordi est un hp Z800 avec 98 go de ram, je ne devrait pas planter en memoire mais quand j essaie de faire une reparation d un fichier stl ou obj , netfaab se plante avec le message out of memory.

quelq un ou quelqu une a t il une astuce ou une idee pour pouvoir reparer les fichiers stl avant impression ? ou un reglage peut etre pour netfaab ?

merci d avance

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    Posted · out of memory netfaab


    Même avec 96go il plante?

    Tu as beaucoup de truc qui tournent ou pas?

    Ton gestionnaire des tâches te signale quoi en mémoire dans l'onglet performances quand tu utilises Netfabb?

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    Posted · out of memory netfaab

    apparement netfaab utilise plutot la frequence des processeurs pour faire ses calculs. et cet ordinateur ne fait rien tourner que la modelisation 3d , il n y aucun autre logiciels. peut etre que le fait qu il soit sous windows 7 64 bits aurait quelque chose a voir. la carte graphique est une nvidia quadro 500 mais ne semble pas etre utilisee par le logiciel. aujourdhui je vais faire des essais avec meshlab.

    netfaab fonctionne tres bien avec des fichiers jusqu a 200 mo, mais au dessus pas moyen.

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    Posted · out of memory netfaab

    Commence par générer ton fichier .stl en BINARY, ça va le réduire énormément et importe le ensuite dans Netfabb

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    Posted · out of memory netfaab

    C'est ce que je voulais dire : 96, 98 Go de ram peut importe, mais juste wouaa ... t'en de ram dans une même tour !! lol

    Ceci étant quel est le poids de ton modèle ? combien a tu de face a générer ?

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    Posted (edited) · out of memory netfaab

    le modele est un maxillaire de mosasaure qui pese a peut pret 200 mo , voici une photo jointe.


    le probleme que je rencontre parfois c est une fois realisee la fusion des differents scans, le fichiers obj ou stl obtenu comporte des erreurs , netfaab me permet de corriger ces erreurs avant impression.

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