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Old   June 12, 2009, 11:11
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Hi everyone!

does someone know in which kind of format I can export geometries from matlab? because I think I must use a cad program (like PRO-e) to convert the points from matlab to a volume in ANSYS...

Please, if someone knows something more or has some ideas let me know!

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Old   June 13, 2009, 02:56
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I have save data for points in Matlab as txt file, and import into Solidworks. Should be ok for proe also I guess.

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Hi everyone!

does someone know in which kind of format I can export geometries from matlab? because I think I must use a cad program (like PRO-e) to convert the points from matlab to a volume in ANSYS...

Please, if someone knows something more or has some ideas let me know!

Thanks in advance,
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