Hexagon releases 3DReshaper 2018 MR1

By on 19 December, 2018

New release of 3DReshaper brings three key workflow improvements and new capabilities over prior versions.

The new release has greatly streamlined the process of creating digital surface models, which can now be done with a single tool, with three different predefined grid sizes to apply to models, with varying levels of mesh detail.

The MR1 release features a new classifier for point clouds, which can automatically detect and distinguish between walls and floors, to assist with cleaning point clouds or creating a 2D building’s plane preview.

The latest release now accepts Leica .lgs files, Riegl .rdbx files and supports exporting clouds in .e57 format. Leica BLK360 users can now import data directly from the scanner, though Hexagon notes that this feature is aimed at applications that only require a limited number of scans.

Finally, the lastest release of 3DReshaper features a new tool to unroll and visualise 3D polylines on a 2D plane, so generating longitudinal profiles is now much easier.

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