Paracloud Gem 4 R91 Fix
Paracloud Gem 4 R91
the paracloud gem 2010 release includes a material rendering system. users can now save their render files into a.bgl file and import them back into paracloud gem 2010, to render the mesh with their material settings. this lets them work with non-destructive editing and play with the skinning settings for their mesh. it also lets them import any cgx (.cgx) file into the mesh, which works for a wide range of 3d rendering software.
the paracloud gem 2010 release also features an object and component relationship manager tool called paraview. through a unique ai-engine, this tool lets users explore the design space of their model. it helps users make preliminary ideas of a design and help them explore design possibilities. it has a unique 3d transform interface that lets users explore the different components and body elements of their model, as well as their relative positions. it has a real-time visual preview of their design mesh and components. paraview can be used with paracloud gem 5 or the paracloud gem 2010.
the paracloud gem 2010 release also features a powerful set of tools for rapid prototyping of design-driven print settings for a 3d printer. through a direct link from paracloud gem 2010 to lasersculpt a users print settings can be created via a few simple commands. users can adjust the layer thickness and mix, fill density, apply post-processing filters and much more. the settings can then be saved and applied to other models. users can load the print settings file back into paracloud gem or print them to stereolithography (sla) form using any applications that support the open file plugin .
apply a sequence of cancyos on top of each other, creating a staircase. 1. draw lines on a piece of cardboard or a sheet of paper. 2. cut out the lines to create a simple model. 3. place a second piece of cardboard over the first layer and tape it down with duct tape. 4. draw new lines on the second piece and cut. 5. repeat steps 3 and 4 until you have a series of stacked layers. 6. use a string of rope to connect the layers of the model. 7. put an eye dropper inside the hole where the rope goes through the layers, hang the model, and walk around.
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