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Old   April 6, 2015, 11:39
Default Scale down with surfaceTransformpoints
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Dear all.

I want scale down my original igs file to 1/58.
How can I put 1/58 into scaling factor option?
or should I put the calculated digits?

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Hi,

Did you try:

Code:
alexey at daphne in ~$ surfaceTransformPoints 

Usage: surfaceTransformPoints [OPTIONS] <surfaceFile> <output surfaceFile>
options:
  ...
  -scale <vector>   scale by the specified amount - eg, '(0.001 0.001 0.001)'
                    for a uniform [mm] to [m] scaling
  ...
For 1/58 scaling in all directions vector should be (0.01724 0.01724 0.01724)
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Old   April 7, 2015, 02:33
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Thank you Alexey.
I know that way you suggested, but if I put scale option like that, I should truncate some digits...
I wanted to know how to scale down precisely...

thank you for your reply!
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