Meshlab for Linux

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Meshlab for Linux.

Meshlab for Linux is a system for processing and editing unstructured 3D triangular meshes. The system aims to help with the processing of the typical, not so small, unstructured models that arise in 3D scanning.

The program comes with a set of tools for editing, cleaning, healing, inspection, reproduction and conversion of this type of mesh. Meshlab can read files in the following formats: ply, stl, off, obj, 3ds, collada and ptx.

The program can write ply, stl, off, obj, 3ds, collada, vrml and dx.

Version: 2020.09 in Debian 11 "Bullseye" repository.

Latest version: 2022.02

Size: 23,1MB

How to install via a terminal window:

sudo apt-get install meshlab

Press Enter.

Or get the latest version 2022.02 here it is an AppImage.

Size: 52,6MB

Open a terminal window:

cd Downloads

Press Enter.

chmod +x MeshLab2022.02-linux.AppImage

Press Enter.

./MeshLab2022.02-linux.AppImage

Press Enter. Done.

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