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I think sketchup supports all fonts you can think off... you can load sketchup files  into the also free design spark mechanical. You may need to save the sketch up file as an older version (8?)

 

Das Programm sketchup ist viel zu umfangreich für das was wir erreichen wollen !

Nur einfach Text in STL wandeln und mehr nicht.

Danke für den Hinweis

MfG

Dieter

PS: weiter auf der suche nach dem Programm

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Maybe OpenScad?

Something like this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:59817

Or TinkerCad, Fusion 360, 123Design.... a lot of softwares can have some text converted in STL

 

Die Programme TinkerCad, Fusion 360, 123Design.... sind viel zu umfangreich für das was wir erreichen wollen !

Nur einfach Text in STL wandeln und mehr nicht.

Danke für den Hinweis

MfG

Dieter

PS: weiter auf der suche nach dem Programm

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Hallo

Ich persönlich verwende Beruflich Cinema4d, was natürlich für so eine Anwendung viel zu teuer und zu umfangreich ist. Aber es gibt ein ähnliches Programm, als Freeware. Es nennt sich Blender damit solltest du alles machen können was du dir wünscht.

https://www.blender.org/download/

LG

 

Das Programme Blender oder Cinema4D sind viel zu umfangreich für das was wir erreichen wollen !

Nur einfach Text in STL wandeln und mehr nicht.

Danke für den Hinweis

MfG

Dieter

PS: weiter auf der suche nach dem Programm

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