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grid resolution and other thoughts

I read through all the previous wish list posts going back to 2010.  It seems like a lot of progress has been made regarding assemblies and boundary conditions since Scan and Solve's…Continue

Started Nov 23, 2016

un-warping warped plastic parts
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Hi Scan-and-Solve community,I work with 3d scans of plastic parts in a manufacturing quality and inspection environment.  The scans of real world parts are compared to the design CAD data associated…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Freytag Nov 8, 2016.

 

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