admesh - Diagnose and/or repair problems with STereo Lithography files

Distribution: Mageia Cauldron
Repository: Mageia Core i586
Package name: admesh
Package version: 0.98.3
Package release: 1.mga7
Package architecture: i586
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 71.09 KB
Download size: 32.96 KB
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ADMesh is a program for diagnosing and/or repairing commonly encountered problems with STL (STereo Lithography) data files. It can remove degenerate and unconnected facets, connect nearby facets, fill holes by adding facets, and repair facet normals. Simple transformations such as scaling, translation and rotation are also supported. ADMesh can read both ASCII and binary format STL files, while the output can be in AutoCAD DXF, Geomview OFF, STL, or VRML format.



  • admesh == 0.98.3-1.mga7
  • admesh(x86-32) == 0.98.3-1.mga7


    Install Howto

    1. Enable Mageia Core repository on "Install and Remove Software"
    2. Update packages list:
      # urpmi.update -a
    3. Install admesh rpm package:
      # urpmi admesh


    • /usr/bin/admesh
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/AUTHORS
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/COPYING
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/ChangeLog
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/ChangeLog.old
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/admesh-doc.txt
    • /usr/share/doc/admesh/block.stl
    • /usr/share/man/man1/admesh.1.xz


    2017-07-17 - shlomif <shlomif> 0.98.3-1.mga7 + Revision: 1124219 - New version 0.98.3

    2016-01-17 - daviddavid <daviddavid> 0.98.2-2.mga6 + Revision: 924829 - switch to %configure2_5x to fix build

    2015-06-20 - shlomif <shlomif> 0.98.2-1.mga6 + Revision: 836667 - New version 0.98.2

    2015-01-13 - shlomif <shlomif> 0.98.1-6.mga5 + Revision: 810269 - Fix build - New patch from Richard Houser with some enhancments. Fails to build due to "Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found". - Import admesh (Based on Fedora thanks to Richard Houser)

    2015-01-05 - Richard Houser <> - 0.98.1-2 - Initial mga version forked from fedora package version 0.98.1 (Miro Hrončok and John C. Peterson)