ShireBrickz

Stud.io Part designer VS LDraw Pattern Creator and export to Blender.

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I’ve started trying to use Stud.ios Part Designer and am happy with the results when used within Stud.io.

I’ve use LDraw Pattern Creator for a while and the results are easy enough to import into Studio though the lack of part templates limits it usefulness as I’m struggling importing .dat files or creating from scratch.

obviously LD Pattern Creator is hard coding the design into the part design whilst Stud.io is simply using the pattern as a textural skin over the part.

Blender (and the LDR plugin) don’t recognise the parts with skins created in Stud.io. MecaBricks doesn’t like the .dae export from Stud.io.

Has anyone worked out some simpler import/export options for Part library compatibility’s in the arena of custom parts yet?

Edited by ShireBrickz

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