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How do i import obj models in python and be able to view them in mesh form

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Although i know i can do this already using libraries like vedo, what i want is to be able to view the individual vertices of the model (kind of like the edit mode in blender) and be able to assign labels to certain parts of the model. I am having a hard time even being able to find a direction to proceed in with if this is even possible in the first place or not, was hoping someone here could guide me.

I have tried importing the models using vedo and pyvista (which works), but could not figure how i can label individual parts of the model.
<p>Although i know i can do this already using libraries like vedo, what i want is to be able to view the individual vertices of the model (kind of like the edit mode in blender) and be able to assign labels to certain parts of the model. I am having a hard time even being able to find a direction to proceed in with if this is even possible in the first place or not, was hoping someone here could guide me.</p>
<p>I have tried importing the models using vedo and pyvista (which works), but could not figure how i can label individual parts of the model.</p>
 

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