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Pleasant3D v2.6

I frequently had the problem that downloaded STL files needed some minor editing in order to be printable on my 3D printer. Most of the time it was just a simple move to the center of the build platform or a resize.

In addition to that, I already wrote OpenGL code to visualize STL and GCode files a couple of months ago for another larger project.

Finally I had sometimes the problem that I downloaded a ASCII encoded STL file and wanted to open the file in my 3D/CAD application. Since this application can only read binary STL files I needed an easy way to convert ASCII STL to binary STL.

So I wrote Pleasant3D, a small utility which solves these problems and uses the above mentioned visualization code to display STL and GCode files: ScreenShot

What's new in version 2.6.1:

What's new in version 2.6:

What's new in version 2.3.1:

What's new in version 2.0.2:

What's new in version 2.0.1:

What's new in version 2.0:

What's new in version 1.2:

What's new in version 1.1:

Here's a 5 minute video, showing off the new features in Pleasant3D v1.1:


You can watch a short screencast of Pleasant3D (v1.0) here:

Pleasant3D requires Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) or newer.


You can download Pleasant3D v2.6.1 here for free:

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Older versions of Pleasant3D

If you like Pleasant3d, please support its future development and donate:

Thank you!


[Update 02/03/2012]
Pleasant3D is now open source!
The complete sources for Pleasant3D are now available on GitHub:
https://github.com/zaggo/Pleasant3D


I'll mark the former BitBucket repository as obsolete

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