Hi is there a way to export or convert the results file into an STL mesh? I can export the un-deformed parts as stl but can’t seem to get the results out that way.
I am on a quest to use a UV resin printer to accurately print parts and while the finish and resolution are remarkable I need a way to compensate for shrinkage as simply scaling the models does not do this. I suspect (and will test further) that I can use thermal expansion to create compensated models to send to the printer but that only works if I can get the mesh out again.
Try the command
send all stl in GraphiX. It should let you achieve the desired effect.
I will have to admit that I have been working with ProPoMax rather than CCX and CGX. I have those installed now in a virtual machine and can load my results file and visualize it but can’t get the send command to work. I guess the command line should be (in the folder with the results) “cgx send all stl” but clearly I am missing something as that doesn’t work.
This command has to be entered when GraphiX is open. So start the GraphiX first (using system command line) then activate the internal command line and type
send all stl.