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Re: Imagine 3D for 3D printing
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However, the selection of groups does not refer to grouped objects, but to surfaces previously defined with "Pick Faces" and "Make Supgroup".

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Re: 3D scanner for Imagine3D?
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For 3D printing in connection with modern 3D printers I would recommend you already 3DS-Max or Blender. Because modern 3D printers or 3D scanners no longer support Imagine.

I myself can not give you recommendation for 3D scanners, because I myself have nothing to do with 3D scanning or printing.

Posted on: 4/22 8:51
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Re: Imagine 3D for 3D printing
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Yes, this function exists. And above in the pick mode - "Hide" Points. Again, there is the additional function "Reverse Hide", "Hide Unpicked", "UnHide All" and "Hide Subgroup"

The Hide function can be used in Pickpoint, Drag Box and Lasso.

In this mode, the selected points are only hidden virtually, so that you can better orient yourself in the object. As soon as you finish this mode, all points are again "unhide"

Posted on: 4/19 22:29
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Dynamic waving Flags - with Imagine 3D
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In the project, I've tried out how realistic you can get waving flags with Imagine. The result is actually satisfactory.

You can download the project example here in the download area.

At: http://www.imagine3d.org/modules/wfdo ... glefile.php?cid=1&lid=341

Please read my descriptions in the download field that I wrote about the project.

And now I wish you a lot of fun

Posted on: 4/11 21:19
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BVH Motion Capture Tool for Imagine2.0 and higher
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I just uploaded an Imagine tool in the download area, with which you can transfer BVH motion capture files to Imagine objects. Thus, Imagine also professional character animations and movements are possible.

In connection with Z-Meshes, your creativity is no longer limited.

The tool has been around forever in my archives ... but I never used it myself either. I would be really happy, if sometimes a few people would deal with it ... and then share their experiences here.

In the file there is a folder Avis ... in it are small films that were created with Imagine by the maker of the tool. For programmers among you, the source code of the BVH Capture Tool is also included.

There is also a description in English.


Download:
http://www.imagine3d.org/modules/wfdo ... lefile.php?cid=13&lid=340


Example Site:
Here is a webpage where you can see case histories made with BVH Motioncature and Imagine.

http://www.na.rim.or.jp/~shinmk/movies.html

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Re: Imagine 3D for 3D printing
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The grid virtually shows the optically virtual units to which one should keep the scale model. And then you have to adjust the units either by zooming or by dynamic switching. In this way you can even create models in Imagine that fit the thousandth of a millimeter. In the end, you only have to know in the further processing on the 3D printer, in which scale you want the model printed.

I even find that you can model with Imagine relaxedter in scale than in Blender, because you constantly maintain control. Anyway, that's my subjective impression.

PS. I used Polytrans Pro to translate into printable or CNC formats. The program also preserves the polygon orientation for other formats and maintains phong shading.

Posted on: 3/23 18:48

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Re: Imagine 3D for 3D printing
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I made already in the 1990s with Imagine 3.0 on the Amiga for the industry, which were then used for CNC machines.

That worked perfectly with Imagine. All you have to do is always reconfigure the raster for Imagine units when modeling.

If you have to work with tenths of a millimeter, then the grid size must be set to 0.1. At one hundredth of a millimeter then just 0.01

For example, I modeled this model exactly for the industry with the method

http://www.imagine3d.org/modules/xcga ... e.php?pid=1247&fullsize=1

Posted on: 3/22 4:31
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Re: Thema Volumetrics - Can somebody help me
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aha, o.k. I just downloaded the PDF. It says that this controller largely determines the priority of the volumetric object for the render engine. But with me it makes no difference whether the controller is now at 0 or 100. There is no difference in either the quality or the rendering speed.

Therefore, I ask here in the forum, if anyone has ever had experience.

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Thema Volumetrics - Can somebody help me
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Hello friends, can somebody help me..and explain for what in the Volumetrics settings the slider "Priority" means?

So far I have never needed this regulator. But somehow I'm interested in its function.

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Re: Getting back into Imagine
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Hi Bobby, my friend - I know

It would be only fair if the program is released.
For other users also something of it.

Greeting Karsten

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