Downloading a frame as an obj file

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Feb 17, 2021 Feb 17, 2021

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I recently created an obj file of myself and I was using Maximo to position my character. Is there a way to save a single frame of the animation as an obj file so the model will say positioned? I am trying to save it as an obj file so I can 3D print it. 

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Feb 17, 2021 Feb 17, 2021

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Yes there is.

  • Turn off the animation preview button.
  • Trim your motion to the frame you want.
  • download
  • depending on how you print, you may want to download .DAE (collada file)
  • Convert to .stl, obj, .amf (Free online converters)

 

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Feb 17, 2021 Feb 17, 2021

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the file you download will have two sets of bones... the T \ A pose you uploaded to Mixamo and the animation so you still need to use a 3D tool like Photoshop or Blender to see the correct pose anyway

 

also be aware the model will not have any textures when you print it out in 3D i.e, only a white \ gray model is what you finish up with but you can still paint that by hand

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At AdobeMAX, they showcased some options for printing 3D that included colored sandstone.  If it's a one-off that you want to send to a service like SHAPEWAYS, you can get metal, SLS, (standard PLA or ABS).

 

My coworkers print all kinds of solid color PLA models - some of them look great as a single color!

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