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    Measuring an object's volume

    I'm helping my client design a product, which I can't name. But he asked me to measure the volume of the object and he just assumed I could do it but I've never needed to before. Anyone know if that's possible in LightWave? I've also got MoI3D but I don't think that has it.
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    Cool, thanks I'll give it a try.
    ~~Phil Nolan
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    http://www.wtools3d.com/lwcad-31.php

    LWcad has a volume measuring tool and area measuring tool.

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