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RadiAnt DICOM Viewer 4.9.18 BETA - Export 3D models to STL files

Feb 11, 2019 09:29 PM
by RadiAnt
This is something we were being asked regularly for quite a while.

You can now export 3D objects (e.g., for 3D printing) from the VR window to the STL files (click the arrow next to the Save button and select "Save 3D model as STL").

Feb 27, 2019 03:55 PM
by RadiEbbes
Great Feature
Mar 3, 2019 02:05 PM
by RadiAnt
Thanks! Any comments on the quality of the exported 3D models?
Mar 5, 2019 08:23 PM
by Helmanfrow
I downloaded the latest beta with GPU rendering but the software doesn't seem to recognize the Nvidia GPU on my Lenovo Thinkpad P50. Rendering is slow and choppy and under the 'gear' icon in the 3D viewer the only option is 'CPU'.
Mar 5, 2019 08:27 PM
by Helmanfrow
Just to clarify the GPU on my P50 is a Quadro M1000M with 2GB memory and the latest drivers.
Mar 5, 2019 09:36 PM
by Helmanfrow
Update: I just reinstalled my GPU drivers and now the GPU option is available. Is there any way I can run a benchmark to see how many FPS I'm getting?
Mar 16, 2019 01:17 PM
by RadiAnt
Glad to hear that you could make your Quadro GPU work with RadiAnt!
Currently there is no benchmark option available for users. We will probably add this feature sometime later.
Apr 27, 2020 10:19 AM
by Surgeon
I prefer previous version of radiant where I can save 3d recon into video - good for preoperative presentations
Apr 29, 2020 01:32 PM
by RadiAnt
Actually, you can create 3D VR movies in RadiAnt since version 5.5:
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