Generate lattice structures in SpaceClaim for 3D printed parts
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This short video highlights the skin surface tool in Discovery SpaceClaim, which autosurfaces and reconstructs all STL files, regardless of the files' integrity, surface contours or organic shape.
Whether you need a rough or accurate construction of a model, or need to create tooling based on mesh/scanned data, SpaceClaim's simple reverse engineering tools are a must have for getting your job done faster.
In this video, John Magee of GE, will the importance of IIoT, digital twins and how ANSYS and GE are working together on this topic.
Watch how Discovery AIM solves complex multiple physics and multiphysics simulations, with a single, streamlined user interface.
Learn in about 4 minutes how ANSYS 17.0 and modern hardware can speed up your time to insight significantly.
Overset mesh in ANSYS Fluent simplifies and speeds simulations that include structured mesh around individual parts and part swapping, as well as, moving cell zones without having to use re-meshing or smoothing. Watch as overset mesh is used to simulate an articulating robot arm and a hypersonic rocket booster separation.