With just a few clicks, users can export their models in various file formats that are compatible with 3D printing software, game engines, and animation programs.
When exporting a model for 3D printing, users can choose between popular file formats such as .obj, .stl, or .ply. These formats are widely used and compatible with most 3D printers, making it easy for users to print their models on a variety of devices.
In addition, users can choose to include UV maps and colored vertices when exporting their models. UV maps define how textures are applied to a 3D model, while colored vertices allow users to assign different colors to different parts of the model. These options give users full flexibility in how they want to print and use their models outside of the Womp platform.
The ability to export 3D models from Womp opens up a world of possibilities for users, allowing them to use their designs in a variety of contexts and applications beyond the platform itself.