Free Online GCODE to PCD Converter

You can use our GCODE to PCD conversion tool to quickly and easily convert your 3D model files for free. You may upload up to 20 files at one time, and our batch GCODE to PCD converter will process each 3D model and present you with a download link for each file once completed.

Or drag and drop your files here to upload.
A maximum of 20 files can be uploaded at once.

Please note: Your GCODE file, once uploaded to our server, will be deleted 15 minutes after upload, so please download your converted GCODE file before this time.

Our 3D model GCODE to PCD tool will load your GCODE file and, where supported, attempt to extract all the relevant 3D features, such as geometry, textures, and animations. To access the 3D conversion configuration options, click the button when you have selected your files. The current options support the ability to voxelize your 3D model and more.

How to Convert your GCODE to PCD Online?

Here are two simple steps to convert your GCODE to PCD using our fast and free GCODE converter tool.

Upload your GCODE file

Click the "Upload a GCODE File" button, then select a GCODE to upload. The maximum file size is 100MB.

Download your PCD

Click the download link to receive your PCD file.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I convert my GCODE file to PCD?

First, click the "Upload..." button and select your GCODE file to upload. Your GCODE file will be uploaded to our servers. When the GCODE to PCD conversion has completed, you can download your PCD file right away.

How long does it take to convert my GCODE to PCD?

We aim to process all GCODE to PCD conversions as quickly as possible; this usually takes around 5 seconds; however, this can be longer for certain files, so please be patient.

How accurate is the 3D point cloud file conversion?

Our GCODE conversion tool can convert most Point Cloud vertex data to the PCD format without any loss of detail.

File format information for GCODE and PCD

Full NameG-code
Type3D Model/Point Cloud
Mime Typetext/plain

The GCODE file is a 3D file format used by 3D printing software as a way to store the instructions needed by a 3D printer to construct a 3D object. The format has been around for many years and is also used by CNC machines for building 3D objects.

A GCODE file is typically created by 3D printing slicer software. The slicer software will take a standard 3D model format, such as STL, and slice it up into layers, movements, and other instructions that the 3D printer can then use to build a 3D object.

GCODE Converter Capabilities

Our GCODE 3D Model/Mesh tool does not support any color material data contained within GCODE files, so the converted file will not contain any color information.

Full NamePoint Cloud Library
Type3D Model/Point Cloud
Mime Typeapplication/octet-stream

The PCD file format, short for Point Cloud Data, is a 3D graphics format designed specifically for storing 3D point clouds. A point cloud is simply a collection of points in 3D space, along with optional color information.

Points are stored within the PCD file in the form of their X, Y, and Z coordinates. If the point is to be rendered in a particular color, this is also included with the coordinate. PCD files can be either plain ASCII text or binary in format, with the binary format being more compact.

PCD files can be opened with several 3D editing packages and also converted to other point cloud formats, such as PTX, using our suite of PCD conversion tools that are designed specifically for point cloud data conversion.

PCD Converter Capabilities

Our 3D conversion tool does not support color or material information in PCD files, so your file will not contain any color information.

Information for converting from GCODE to PCD

Your GCODE file will be converted to a PCD file using our unified 3D model and mesh conversion tool. Our GCODE 3D tool performs accurate conversions of 3D elements such as vertices, faces, normals, and relevant material information. Our tool will not attempt to transfer any color information if it is present in your GCODE file; your final 3D model will contain only geometry data.

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