Backward .STL → .X_T, .X_B

Input format comprises a solid surface or (NURBS) information. Target format contains polygonal information. Conversion involves triangulation (dividing mathematical surfaces into triangles). The smaller the size of the triangle is given, the more detailed model at the output and the larger the file size.

The complexity of the conversion: LOW

Name | Parasolid Model Part File | STereoLithography |

File extension | .x_t, .x_b | .stl |

Original software | ||

Binary | ■ | ■ |

ASCII | ■ | |

Polygonal | ■ | |

NURBS | ■ | |

Solids | ||

Smoothing groups | ■ | |

Textures, materials | ||

Developer/Owner | Siemens PLM Software | |

Description | ||

Specification | The StL Format | |

Format features | File geometric kernel Parasolid. Is used by CAD-systems such as NX, Solid Efge, SolidWorks | One of the most ubiquitous exchange formats polygonal geometry between CAD-systems. Can have both binary and ASCII-structure, which is why the same file can vary in size tenfold. See also PLY |

Viewing software | Delcam Exchange 2012 (free) | GLC_Player (free), MeshLab (free) |

We'll help you to carry out the conversion of the file of any size and geometric complexity