June 21, 2023 at 8:22 amStern QSubscriber
I'm trying to get some knowhow about 3D printing and FEM analyse, and also about Spaceclaim.
My Idea is,
- make a rectangular beam
- Make a Infill geomerty by 3D printing slicer
- export the model STL or OBJ(maybe other option) with infill geometry
- Import in to Spaceclaim and Mesh
- Ansys analyse
So, this is the model what i got from the Model by OBJ.
Solid model from Sliced OBJ data
This model has too much surface to mesh. Originally it's just normal rectangular beam with Infill geomerty.
- How can i this model simplify to analyse?
- Is there better Method to get a 3D Printed model to spaceclaim?
- And also I tried to use autorepair when it's STL data and Shrinkwrap(Infill geo are gone)
June 26, 2023 at 2:22 pmAshish KumarForum Moderator
Ansys employees cannot look into the model. But please try a google search with following keywords: '3D PRINTED MODEL TO SPACECLAIM' and you may find relevant articles.
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