Analyze & repair your 3D file with Sculpteo
Owning a 3D file does not necessarily mean that it is printable. To be able to print a 3D file, there needs to be a number of characteristics which allow the 3D print to “read” the 3D file as a solid object or a set of solid objects. Once your have uploaded your 3D file onto your Sculpteo account, our tools allow you to ensure that your file can be 3D printed.
After loading of your 3D file, Sculpteo provides two services:
Analyze of your 3D file
Analyzing of your 3d file is intended to provide an exhaustive list of reasons for the non-printability of your 3D file. just afterwards we offer an automatic, semi-automatic or manual fix it solution.
When loading a 3D file, the loading tool and automatically scans your 3D file to determine:
- All of its structural features, format and size. This tool accepts over 20 different file formats. To find out more about transferring a 3D file to your Sculpteo account, please go to the website page Transfer a 3D file.
- If the content is a single object or a set of objects. In later case, our tool offers to select the print option of your 3D file as a single object or as a set of separate objects.
Repairs on your 3D file
Once your 3D file transferred and analyzed, our system automatically generates a repaired version of your 3D file if it is not directly printable. If you want to keep full control over the repair of your 3D files, you are able to manually choose other more specific forms of repairs or to make simple diagnostics so you know where to modify your own 3D file in your 3D modeling software.