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Couper simplement un fichier STL ou OBJ avec tenon / mortaise ?

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Bonjour tout le monde,

Dans le cas de fabrication de grande pièces, lorsque j'utilise des fichiers solides en natif ( solidworks par exemple) ou en STEP, j'ajoute des interfaces de liaison tenons / mortaise ou "lego" afin de bien positionner mes morceaux avant collage.

Connaissez vous un soft capable de le faire automatiquement sur un fichier STL ou OBJ ?

J'ai vu ce lien :

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17003-comment-decouper-un-fichier-obg-ou-stl-pour-cura

ou

http://www.references3d.com/couper-un-modele-3d-stl-limprimer/#.WBNOvMk6_h6

mais ca ne fait que de la coupe plane....

Merci

Ollo

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