Which files for large format 3D printing?
In order to design usable large format 3D printing files, there are different solutions:
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Buy existing files from online libraries dedicated to 3D printing (thingiverse, cults3d, myminifactory...)
- Scan in 3D (see 3D scanner section)
PAMI3D can help you to model your 3D printing files or modify an existing file... retouch a file according to your needs (example of reprocessing of the shadows in a scan)
What file extensions are needed for 3D printing?
The 3D file is designed from information (text or binary data) in order to encode shapes, geometry, texture... in a 3D scene.
The most commonly used 3D file formats today have the following extensions: STL, OBJ, FBX, COLLADA, 3DS, IGES; STEP and VRML / X3D.... There are many other extensions or formats, however we recommend 2 extensions or formats for easy support of your files: .stl and .obj
Modelling of large format 3D printing files
3D modelling allows you to create your object or character in large format on the computer. With 3D software, we can create or recreate your project as faithfully as possible in order to prepare for large format 3D printing either by computer design or through our 3D scanners.
Consult our team of 3d designers to model your project and ask for a free no obligation quote at email@example.com
Why choose us?
Pami3D is the specialist in large format 3D printing, and allows you to give volume to your creations and visual impact to your offer