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Author Topic: Batch processing 2D output images?  (Read 1632 times)
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« on: November 08, 2017, 11:20:58 AM »

I want to frame a 3D shape in the mesh viewer, and then export greyscale images using batch process, to run programs on, i.e. to make a vase and stuff using custom algorythms.

Can I import the mesh-preview overall scale and position to main window, then get 100x100x100 2d slices saved to images files that look like this?


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* mb2D.jpg (39.14 KB, 473x353 - viewed 458 times.)
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