I will convert your 3D model to a CAD format

Conversion of an organic heart model that was in STL format to STEP format.
Reviewed by michael390 3 months ago
Great work! Not to many people can convert files like Rikilambo
Reviewed by hotlasers about 1 year ago
Excellent travail merci !!
Reviewed by stephdu about 1 year ago
Good Experience!
Reviewed by nativa33 over 1 year ago
Great seller. Will use his services again.
Reviewed by cdcope over 2 years ago
Outstanding Experience!
Reviewed by spyhunter2k over 2 years ago
convert your 3D model to a CAD format
convert your 3D model to a CAD format
convert your 3D model to a CAD format

About This Gig

Hi there!  I am a mechanical engineer and I provide 3D model conversion services between common mesh and CAD formats.

For five dollars, I will reconstruct one 3D mesh model of up to 30,000 polygons to a CAD format (.stp, .igs) or another mesh format (.stl, .obj, .ply, .wrl).

If your model has over 400,000 polygons, please contact me for a custom quote.

Extra fast delivery only applies to 3D models under 400,000 polygons.

Converting from:
  • Stereolithography (.stl)
  • Wavefront OBJ (.obj)
  • Stanford Triangle (.ply)
  • VRML (.wrl)

Converting to:
  • IGES (.igs)
  • STEP (.stp)
  • Sketchup (.skp)
  • Rhino (.3dm)
  • Stereolithography (.stl)
  • Wavefront OBJ (.obj)
  • Stanford Triangle (.ply)
  • VRML (.wrl)

Please inquire if your format is not listed.

Conversions will be done professionally and manually.

Please provide any tolerance requirements upfront.

I reserve the right to reject any orders due to technical feasibility or questionable content.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is conversion done?
    Conversion is done manually with the help of advanced software. The 3D object is inspected for irregularities and undergoes repairs as necessary. Numerous mathematical patches are then stitched over the 3D object to form a single continuous shell, which can then be exported into desired CAD format.
  • How can I get the best possible price?
    Tell us how the resulting 3D model will be used. For example, there is no need of internal details if you are rendering the model on screen, and there is no need of moveable joints if you testing it in a wind tunnel. Shaving off unnecessary work will ensure you get the best possible quote.