Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags '3d model'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • [English] Photovoltaics
    • FAQ (Read only)
    • PV*SOL
    • Tutorials (Read only)
  • [English] Solarthermal / Geothermal
    • FAQ (Read only)
    • T*SOL
    • GeoT*SOL
  • [Deutsch] Photovoltaik
    • FAQ (Nur lesen)
    • PV*SOL
    • Tutorials (Nur lesen)
  • [Deutsch] Solarthermie / Geothermie
    • FAQ (Nur lesen)
    • T*SOL
    • GeoT*SOL

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 6 results

  1. Some of Valentin's PVSOL Premium potential customers might have, as I did, decided to buy the software based on 3D modeling and shading simulation capabilities. Several anecdotal evidences of this capability can be found on this forum, and on promotion materials spread across several media by Valentin Software sales team. Let me give some examples below... Above - PVSOL Online Shop suggests drone usage for photogrammetry Above - Youtube tutorial suggesting the use of photogrammetry software for 3D import (Pix4D) Above: Feature advertise
  2. Hi all, I have a question about defining a reference edge on a imported 3D model. I've replied to a topic in wich you suggested how to do this but that option is not available when I work with an imported 3D model. This reply is shown below and can be found at https://forum.valentin-software.com/topic/465-correct-angle-of-3d-extruded-map-building/: _____ Hi there, I am wondering how you can define your reference edges? As you stated: I work a lot with 3D .dae models from sketchup. When I model a building in PVSOL, I have the option to define the reference edge. When
  3. Greetins. I am working on transferring 3d models from Google Earth Pro to PV*SOL using a photogrammetry software. I am able to export the .obj file and place it in the 3d ambient of PV*SOL, but the model seems to have some unusual coordinates and appears to be tilted compared to the surface of the 3d ambient. I tried tilting the model but it didn't help much. I would like to know how can I solve this problem and have the model and the 3d ambient parallel to each other. I am attaching some images of the issue. Thanks.
  4. Hello, I'm Leon and we are working on the project that involves 3d scanning with a drone. We've made 2 flight attempts so far and got pretty good scans but the problem is that STL files are so huge, 350+mb at least. What steps can be taken to reduce the size of 3D scans without significant loss of quality? We've never faced a problem like this before - in fact, all our efforts were aimed at improving the quality of 3d scans. Would you mind enlightening me? Does changing the file format reduce its size? Our software can export STL, OBJ and other formats (https://www.artec3d.com/3d-soft
  5. Hi everyboby. I'm trying to create a new PV model for a building (on PVSol Premium). When I have to choose some 3d models, the option "map section" doesn't appear. So, I can't use maps neither use jpg images. Do I have to activate the map option from somewhere? Please help me. Thanks in advance! L.
  6. http://www.valentin-software.com/services/fw/yt-val-en/dl-pvsolprem-en [Transkript] In this tutorial you will learn how to use photo matching to model your building with SketchUp and use it in PV*SOL premium. "You will need: - Two Pictures of the building you like to model - SketchUp Make or Pro - PV*SOL premium 2018" The pictures should be taken at a 45° angle from two opposite corners. Next we create a folder structure containing our project data. Create a new folder, rename it and create three subfolders "Models", "Images" and "Exports".
×
×
  • Create New...