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stlread

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Read STL file into MATLAB patch compatible matrixes.

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This function reads a binary SPL file into X, Y, Z, C matrixes compatible with the MATLAB patch function.

See, http://rpdrc.ic.polyu.edu.hk/old_files/stl_binary_format.htm , for more information on the format.

Comments and Ratings (15)

Yanyu Peng

nice code

Zi Tao

Zi Tao (view profile)

good

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when i'm using above code .I'm getting Error using stlread (line 16)
Not enough input arguments.
16---fid=fopen....highlighting fid

Otília

Please, anyone knows why do I get this MatLab errors when I try to read my STL file?

Title: solid BVMESH

  facet normal 0.248 -0.299 0.922

    outer loop

      vertex
Num Facets: 775500593
??? Error using ==> zeros
Maximum variable size allowed by the program is exceeded.

Error in ==> stlread at 28
x=zeros(3,num_facet); y=zeros(3,num_facet); z=zeros(3,num_facet);

Thank you...

Althought a little slow is very useful to import stl ascii files, I think the slowness dependes on not preallocate arrays in the importation loop.

prasad k

thanks for this code
it is very useful to me
once again thanks

Abir Chakraborty

Works exactly as needed. Saves lot of time. Thanks a lot.

Tom Price

Works very nice. Thanks.

Reviewing M Files

For all the trial stl files used I get the "Error using ==> zeros
Product of dimensions is greater than maximum integer."
Please enlighten. Thanks

Reviewing M Files

Title: solid MyObj
facet normal 0.955654E-01 -0.966960E+00 0.236339E+00
 outer
Num Facets: 1886351212
??? Error using ==> zeros
Product of dimensions is greater than maximum integer.

Error in ==> E:\MyDownloads\stlread.m
On line 28 ==> x=zeros(3,num_facet); y=zeros(3,num_facet); z=zeros(3,num_facet);

Christophe Henrard

Works perfectly fine! Thank you

Zoltan Sarosi

Very good! It is exactly I was looking for. Thank you!

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