2D Image to STL Converter (Windows)
by BloodBlight, published
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UPDATE - 2013/06/16
If you have an Ultimaker, upgrade to Cura 13.06 or newer!
NOTE: It is a closed beta right now, so you will have to hunt for the link. I will not be posting it because of it's status.
UPDATE - 2013/06/15
- Resized form to fit smaller screens; the next major release will have a resizable form.
- BUG: STLs are being created with a zero height base in some cases. This is NOT fixed in this revision.
UPDATE - 2013/04/14
- Windows XP Support
- Added Resolution Limiter
- UI Improvements
- New Anti-Spike Features
Let me start by saying this is an Alpha! There are features missing and known bugs (specifically in surface duplication).
I saw a stamp maker the other day but it was Mac only (OmNomNom - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24639), and the author didnâ€™t want to translate it, so, I made one over the weekend!
I plan to add RGB control, a blur function, additional surface optimizations and an option to smooth high boarders (very useful in B/W [stamp] mode).
Tell me what you think! Is there something out there that is better than what I have scrapped together?
I have attached a ZIP of Alpha 1.5. The source is available under GPL3 from its GIT hub:
It requires Windows and .NET.
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