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How to improve Aesthetic and Mechanical Properties of FDM 3D Printed Parts

Vapour smoothing FDM 3D printed parts

Finishing adds Value to your FDM 3D printed parts 3D printing technology breaks the rules of conventional manufacturing. It allows engineers to build complex geometries, create massive parts, consolidate multiple part components and design solely for form, fit and function rather than for the manufacturing…

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 Mesh Sectioning [VIDEO]

One of the powerful tools required in both pre- and post-processing FEA simulations is the ability to have an insight into the internal mesh elements of a body. This is now available in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 Mesh Sectioning. Pre-Processing Mesh Sectioning The quality of the…

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 Controlling Contour Plots

One of the other post-processing enhancements in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 is the ability to control values and display of maxima and minima on contour plots. Undoubtedly, control options for contour plots are useful tools for the post-processing of simulation results. However, there has been always a…

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3D Printed Architectural Model Part 2: 3D Printing and Post Processing

In part 2 of our 3D Printed Architectural Model series we look at 3D Printing and Post Processing techniques to create a physical model from our CAD file.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Contact Pressure Plots in 2D Simplification

For the first time, in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2014, you can view the contact pressure plots in linear and nonlinear 2D Simplification studies. Contact pressure is developed in areas where two bodies come into contact during the analysis and no penetration contact is defined. To enhance the…

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