Ansys SpaceClaim – Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, Blend/Loft

Written by cfd.ninja

March 14, 2020

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Source: SpaceClaim

ANSYS SpaceClaim enables anyone to create, edit, or repair geometry without worrying about underlying technology. With SpaceClaim, working with 3D modeling software becomes fast, easy, flexible, and rewarding, no matter where in the workflow you need it.

Users of ANSYS SpaceClaim can:

    • Edit, repair, and create any geometry – without worrying about where the file comes from
    • Increase productivity by removing the CAD bottleneck in your workflow
    • Manipulate geometry faster, easier, and more intuitively resulting in less time spent struggling with geometry and more time dedicated to primary job functions such as manufacturing, analysis, and concept modeling.

In this first tutorial, you will learn to use basic tools (Revolve, Extrude, Sweep and Bled/Loft) using Ansys Spaceclaim.

 

Tutorial: Vortex Generator 3D using Ansys CFX.

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