Import from Autodesk Inventor to Ansys DesignModeler

Written by cfd.ninja

March 16, 2020

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Source: Autodesk Inventor

Autodesk Inventor is a comprehensive and flexible set of software for 3D mechanical design, simulation, tooling creation, and design communication.

The Inventor model is a 3D digital prototype that enables you to validate the form, fit, and function of a design as you work, minimizing the need to test the design with physical prototypes.

Autodesk Inventor products include automated mold design tools that work directly from Inventor 3D models of plastic parts. Powered by Autodesk Moldflow plastic flow analysis tools, Inventor can help to optimize your design for moldability and minimize mold iterations.

You can export geometry from Autodesk Inventor into Autodesk Moldflow Adviser.

In this tutorial we will learn how to import geometries in Ansys DesignModeler and Ansys SpaceClaim that were built in Autodesk Inventor.

Tutorial: Create a turbine using Ansys BladeGen.

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