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Hello!

I want to print my object and then fold the paper to have a real model.

It is possible to unwarp a model and have the exact dimessions?

I try many times but i cant get the volume :(

Ty

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Depends on the object. If you could post some screenshots, or renders, that would be helpful. Most objects that mimic packaging can be unwrapped nicely as packaging is always printed flat then folded together. More complex objects with lots of small edges or curved/round surfaces are more challenging and you would really want to start with this in mind in order to model for simplifying the unwrap from the beginning. If you are unfamiliar with unwrapping and advanced modeling you will almost always model it wrong for this purpose.

 

But, please show us what you have for more specific answers.

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Have a look at Pepakura Designer. It's not free, but I think it may be what you're looking to do. There are probably more manual ways to do it in C4d. Possibly a well planned UV map, but those can have a distorted polygon surface area from your actual mesh. 

 

https://tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/

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  • Sry for the delay on the respond but thank you very much for the comments.

    I have resolve my problem.

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