CAD::Mesh3D - Create and Manipulate 3D Vertexes and Meshes and output for 3D printing
use CAD::Mesh3D qw(+STL :create :formats); my $vect = createVertex(); my $tri = createFacet($v1, $v2, $v3); my $mesh = createMesh(); $mesh->addToMesh($tri); ... $mesh->output(STL => $filehandle_or_filename, $ascii_or_binary);
A framework to create and manipulate 3D vertexes and meshes, suitable for generating STL files (or other similar formats) for 3D printing.
A Mesh is the container for the surface of the shape or object being generated. The surface is broken down into locally-flat pieces known as Facets. Each Facet is a triangle made from three points, called Vertexes (also spelled as vertices). Each Vertex is made up of three x, y, and z coordinates, which are just floating-point values to represent the position in 3D space.
- Add more math for Vertexes and Facets, as new functions are identified as being useful.
Peter C. Jones
<petercj AT cpan DOT org>
Copyright (C) 2017,2018,2019,2020,2021 Peter C. Jones
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