[OpenSCAD] Evaluating imported STL's

MichaelAtOz oz.at.michael at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 08:37:27 EDT 2016


lhartmann wrote
> but since you are procedurally generating solids I assume you are no
> stranger to some programming.
> 
> You may use ...
> 
> Coding a 2D raytracer should be
> an order of magnitude easier than a 3D one.
> 
> you may use intersection(), export via commandline, and check for a
> non-empty resulting
> STL (filesize maybe?).
> 
> Still easier than calculating the collision yourself.

You could probably do it with a batch script...

But then you would be better off using a language designed to do the job.

Sorry, I have elevated Grump-Old-Man levels ATM...



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