What 3D formats does 3D-DOCTOR support for export?

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What 3D formats does 3D-DOCTOR support for export?

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3D surface models created using the surface rendering commands can be saved as AutoCAD DXF, IGES, STL (ASCII and Binary), 3D Studio 3DS, VRML, Wavefront OBJ, PLY, raw triangles, and 3D-DOCTOR’s own binary format. 3D models created by 3D-DOCTOR are polygonal models, not NURB (non-uniform rational B-splines) models. The models are saved in the form of surface polygons and triangles when exported to the above formats, including IGES. Many NURB based CAD software supports polygonal model and have functions to import them as surface body, solid body or graphics model. There are also software tools available to convert a polygonal model to a NURB model. Object boundary contours can be saved as AutoCAD DXF, IBL (for Pro/Scan), ASCII boundary (BND), and XYZ formats. Download sample files created by 3D-DOCTOR from the pelvis CT image in DXF, STL, VRML, OBJ, PLY, 3DS and IGES format to check the compatibility with other programs you use. The files are zipped for faster downloading.

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