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Old   November 10, 2023, 04:51
Talking Blender for OpenFOAM users
Tuomo Keskitalo
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Hello OF users,

I use Blender for various OpenFOAM related tasks, and find it very useful! However, Blender is (still) not well known tool in the OF community, which I think is a pity. Blender has seen a lot of development in recent years, and it now has a "normal" user interface as well. So I suggest you give it a go! Note: Use the latest Blender LTS version to avoid compatibility issues! Here's a list of items you might find Blender useful:
Disclaimer: I'm the maintainer of those Blender add-ons, even authored some of them. You can find the codes on my github page. Happy foaming!

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