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    geomview + .OFF files


    Geomview program read .OFF (object file format ) files for presentation of 3d geometries. It can not save in other file extensions. Is there any other program which converts these files into other files such as files of autocad or .dbs(gambit)?

    My problem is that i have a geometry (close surface )in OFF format and i cant put it in other CAD programs for my work.

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    Here is one tool I found - don't know if it will work for you: meshconv 3D model converter, convert to and from VRML, DXF, OBJ, OFF, PLY, and STL
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    Ok, it work.!!! Thanks

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    Kewl! Glad to help.
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    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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