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Monday, 28 November 2011

Download Free IES



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To view the IES data easily, you can also download the free Photometric viewer HERE.

26 comments:

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  2. Thank You Very Much.. You Really Helping People...

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  3. Hi, I wonder, Is there program to open LDT or IES data as 3D model? To visualize measured data? It should be quite easy considering with LDT and IES you get few values of shape but I don't know how to put it to object in blender or any other 3D program. Thanks a lot.

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  4. So great to find another person with some original thoughts on this issue. Vray 2.0 for Sketchup Free

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