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Could anyone please modify the attached c# code to accept ASCII stl file input? If I input two 50mm cube and sphere, the result is

cube: Volume: 125 cubic cm
sphere: 23.946271641 cubic cm

I want to return same result as found in www.quickparts.com for volume calculation and also to return x, y, and z values (I can post another question for this.) Every calculation as based on box instead of the actual volume.

Please help.

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Rectangle  is easy = Length x width x height
Elliptical volume = (Pi * Diameter #1 * Diameter #2 * length) / 4
Triangle volume = (base * height * length) /2

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