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Upload Bezier surfaces to CAD

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    Posted: 17.Mar.2019 at 09:35
Hello All,

I am fitting a composite Bezier surface from scanned point cloud, and want to upload it to a commercial CAD program where the user will be allowed to modify control points and apply Boolean actions to the model.

Could anyone recommend such a CAD program which will allow me to do so? What file format should I use?

I am working with Matlab to form the control points from the point cloud.
Currently I am saving the control points as such:
Vertices: size (m x 3) where each row contains [x,y,z] of vertex
Patches: size (Order_u x Order_v x patch amount) where variables are row indices of Vertices.

Thanks,
Alon



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