November 20, 2018 at 9:03 pmupot2Subscriber
I currently have a file completely designed in Icepak. Now, I am looking at doing stress analysis for which I need to import the temperatures obtained in Icepak to ANSYS Mechanical. However, to transfer the model to ANSYS Mechanical, I understand I need to have a CAD file of the model. I am trying to export the Icepak model as a STEP file using the toolbar. However, this seems to be taking a really long time and the process still is not complete. Will I need to redesign the whole model in SolidWorks or is there any other way around this?
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