Best Solidworks plug in

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Best Solidworks plug in

Post by ericguizzetti » Thu Oct 25, 2018 7:09 pm

Alright Forum, don't let me down now! Best PLUG-IN for Solidworks using Point Cloud Data... :shock:
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Re: Best Solidworks plug in

Post by racerx43 » Thu Oct 25, 2018 7:42 pm

/\/\ Interested in the answer too

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Re: Best Solidworks plug in

Post by Roger King » Mon Dec 24, 2018 9:23 am

Hello Guys,

It would be better if you can contact the person from where you got the software or check their support section. They can help you with the proper version and system compatibility. I would suggest to consult an expert or professional for better guidance according to your actual application or required feature.

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Re: Best Solidworks plug in

Post by WWilford » Wed Dec 26, 2018 5:47 pm

They are supposed to be adding more point cloud capabilities into Solidworks 2019 but I am not sure what they will be. Geomagic and Rapidform both had parametric exchange into Solidworks and it looks like 3D systems is continuing this under the Geomagic label. I am sure it would depend upon what you are trying to get from the point cloud into Solidworks. I have modeled individual stones in Solidworks and assembled them into building elevations using Geomagic Wrap as a measuring tool but have found using the plug in to convert it more time consuming than not using it. The newer version looks promising. If you are looking to convert large pipe runs, etc. I do not know what would work best.

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