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Zedit Question [message #16536] Sun, 22 August 2010 23:40 UTC Go to next message
avatar Klink  is currently offline Klink
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I have, what I hope prepared a model for print and corrected errors (lots) with a trial version of ZEdit pro but the only "save as" or export option is a .zrp file type. As I believe Shapeways uses Zcorp printers is this a workable file type for a user like myself to provide to Shapeways? Is there any possible way to convert this .zrp type file back to a file type recognized by netfabb and the likes without losing model integrity for future edits or is this truly the last step before print....period?

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J
Re: Zedit Question [message #16553 is a reply to message #16536 ] Mon, 23 August 2010 11:44 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar bartv  is currently offline bartv
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Hi Klink,

sorry, but you can't upload.zrp files. I'm not familiar with ZEdit, so I can't suggest alternative routes. Maybe the trial edition has been limited in its export capabilities?

Bart


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Re: Zedit Question [message #16586 is a reply to message #16553 ] Mon, 23 August 2010 20:50 UTC Go to previous message
avatar Klink  is currently offline Klink
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Thanks for the note Bart

I miss quoted the program name that should have been ZEdit Pro. I'm guessing this is a program offed to printer purchasers as part of a software bundle and not as available as other programs line Netfabb. As one with little to know 3D model experience I did find the program very useful and easy to use as it walked through all repairs with the user. Maybe someday the file export will include other types.

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