Reverse Engineering with Siemens NX 12

5 2 Beginner
How to use Siemens NX 12 Reverse Engineering Funktions to treat your 3d Scan result failures and errors.

Tranform a Scan (STL) into a Surface

2 0 Beginner
Video: https://youtu.be/Qo6hzCDecfg Article: https://plmtechnology.no/2016/10/27/transform-a-scan-into-a-surface-with-catia-3dexperience/ How can we reuse the data from a STL file? With the Automatic Surface feature (Digitized Shape to Surface application) you can easily transform a 3D Scan into a clean surface. The Reverse Engineering role contains also all the features needed to work with cloud points and scan, such as healing, tesselation, smoothing, surface network and many more...

How to tessellate a surface? 3Dexperience

1 0 Beginner
Hello all, This new video of 2-min tuto shows you how you can tessellate a shape into a polygon based surface (or STL). You could reuse this tessellation for 3D printing, rendering or reverse engineering purpose. Please Like, Comment, Share and Subscribe :) Find the model on this GrabCad link: https://grabcad.com/library/tessellation-of-a-surface-1

Hot to cut STL-File & Use Alignmnet Pin in Meshmixer

1 0 Beginner
Hello everyone, do you want to split your STL-File into several Pieces for printing multi-color or multi-material. Or to avoid support Material ? well i have the solution for you. Meshmixer ist a free software and has a nice functions to edit any STL Model. How? Please check this Video : https://youtu.be/1r0MkZ288lY

3D Scan-Introducción a Skanect

0 0 Intermediate
3D Scan-Introducción a Skanect En este video vemos una introducción a Skanect. La aplicación de escaneado en 3 dimensiones. Vemos como crear un documento nuevo, con todos los ajustes para escoger, un vistazo a la interface, todas las opciones para arreglar y manipular el modelo escaneado y como exportarlo en distintos formatos.

How to Intersection curve Facet model with surface?

0 0 Intermediate
Hi, I had this problem after several years working in ProE / WF. In UG/NX the philosophy is different. Usually the intersection between any curve and any surface is one or more points. (It can be an other curve(s) if one or more portion(s) of curve they are included in the surface but this is other case.) Therefore these intersection(s) are obtained by creating a point / point set using "Intersection" option. I hope to be clearer in the attached presentation. Good luck, Sebi