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Peter van der Zouwen

  

The script for shrinkwrap/remerge does not function. 

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stones

  

I used the python script text file to shrinkwrap a skin around a foot ct scan.

Much better than running the steps manually so the file was greatly appreciated.

I had a little trouble with the syntax - perhaps some more detail on correctly inputting the target_object would be helpful.

The printed model foot had a few holes in it - so I'm still working on my technique!

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