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What is Vectric Cut3D?
Vectric Cut3D refers to a CNC pathmaking program often used to make 3D models, produce product prototypes, create custom signs, generate original jewelry pieces, and the like. The program takes CAD files containing 3D designs or models and converts them into machining coordinates—3D XYZ point data, or CNC toolpaths that CNC machines can follow, in other words. In effect, it is used to convert a digital 3D design into a set of directions for 3D cutting/printing/carving machines to follow in order to realize the original 3D design with some suitable material like wood or stone.
Vectric Cut3D supports a wide range of import formats. STL, DXF, V3M, LWO, X (DirectX), 3DS, OBJ, SBP, WRL and TXT (MaxNC Digital Probe) are all importable on the program. Users can select what faces of a model they want machined and specify the precise dimensions or size. Multi-sided machining is also possible, and large models can be sliced for component machining. The program has an automated feature that detects boundaries, as well as a preview option for seeing realistic toolpaths in a high-quality rendered 3D graphic view using the material of the user’s choice.
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File types supported by Vectric Cut3D
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Last updated: : December 14, 2014