Execute custom scripts and macros and customize your workflow for unique applications with the scripting editor, which includes features for in-app scripting and macro creation and editing.
Geomagic Wrap supports the Python® scripting language.
Measure and compare objects:
Easily tune, verify, and check processes with analysis capabilities that help retain 3D comparison models between objects.
Texture manipulation tools streamline workflows involving color and texture. Create higher-quality, more logical texture maps for improved downstream usability.
Use the Auto Surfacing feature to fit surface patches onto a mesh and create a surface body with the click of a button. This is important to design a complex, freeform part; create model data for manufacturing a freeform shape; or analyze a geometric shape.
Auto surfacing creates a surface body that can envelop the entire geometric shape of a target mesh. It provides two different methods:
It creates a NURBS model with minimal user interaction. Its intelligent patch network tools include a choice of quad patch fitting and T-junction patches that automatically construct a 3D patch network on an entire mesh. And it creates continuous NURBS surfaces by fitting control points in the network. It is useful to:
Scan directly into Geomagic Control X, Geomagic Design X, Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS, and Geomagic Wrap.
Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS supports key scanners from FARO®, Hexagon®, Artec®, Creaform®, Nikon®, and Geomagic Capture®.
Geomagic Control X, Geomagic Design X, and Geomagic Wrap support direct 3D scanner control tools and indirect file import for every major scanner on the market.
Use automated macros for scan processing and enhanced macro documentation to speed up your everyday workflows. Use macros to record, manipulate, and replay sequences of actions.
Macros are useful to:
Extract a reference plane, vector, coordinate system, polyline, or point with multiple combinations of input. The reference geometry tools include various commands necessary for creating primitive geometries and editing the geometries.
In addition, you can export reference geometries.
The first step of mesh modeling and reverse engineering is to import scan data. Import 3D files in standard mesh formats, various scan data formats from multiple scanner types and manufacturers, and from other Geomagic software applications. You can choose from all common file formats including polygons, point clouds, and CAD.
Surface engraving can be difficult to represent visually on 3D-printed models. You can add alphanumeric and DFX-based labels underneath the part surface and then fill the trapped engraving with support material or a secondary part material during 3D printing to provide high contrast for greater visibility.
Expertly handle massive mesh and point cloud data alignment, processing, and refining mesh construction with point cloud processing tools.
Edit point clouds including:
Convert point clouds to/from other entities: