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This page will serve as a summary of file formats used in 3D Printing and Scanning. Information will be included that is useful to understand the capabilities of each format and compare them with current and potential capabilites of the X3D standard applied to 3D printing and scanning. Emphasis is placed on file formats which are standards and which have open and accessible documentation, as opposed to proprietary formats.


AMF is Additive Manufacturing Format, commonly with .amf file extension.