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Alternative answer: Use the SVG importer from my Prototypes paclet: https://github.com/arnoudbuzing/prototypes/releases/tag/0.5.6 To install the paclet, run this command: PacletInstall["https://github.com/arnoudbuzing/prototypes/releases/download/v0.5.6/Prototypes-0.5.6.paclet"] Note that this paclet has many many functions, but you may be able to ...


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Well... (importing your .STL object): obj = Import["Link.STL"] ...if nothing else a very poor man's solution for simple visual in an interactive interface is just random sampling of points (i know it is far from spectacular :-) but is very light): pts=RandomPoint[obj,1000]; obj//ByteCount Graphics3D[Point[pts]]//ByteCount 1808792 24792 Also I ...


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Next, I would like to loop the whole process so that I don't have to copy and paste my code 8 times for each individual file. Since Import[..., "Data"] worked for you, why not use that? Something like SetDirectory[NotebookDirectory[]] And now define, in separate cell, a module to process each file processFile[fileName_]:=Module[{data}, data=...


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