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Stress XX, XY etc.
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Dear SnSCould someone perhaps give me a heads up on the Stress XX, XY, etc visualisation please?I've looked up and found a convention on shear stress, where the first numeral is the normal plane and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Boyd Nov 11, 2014.

Export SNS solution as 3D PDF with SimLab plug in
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Sorry guys, been a while. A year of occupational 'detour' (long story) but back to solving structural problems.3D PDF has been a real hit and it's easy to save out SNS solutions with the SimLab plug…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Boyd Nov 10, 2013.

SnS helps reinstatement of guillotine
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My position as popular contributor appears to be slipping, I'd better give an example of how SnS helps solve real world problems...We have a veneer cutting guillotine that is down. Not only are both…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Johansson Mar 29, 2012.

Dauphin - Rendering SnS Results with V-Ray
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 Hello AllI finally got around to playing with V-Ray last night. I was wondering what material to put on one of the objects when I wondered if the VRML file exported for 3D printing would work.It…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Boyd Oct 28, 2011.

 

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What modeling, simulation and analysis tools do you use?
Rhino (Technical), Lightwave (Visualisation/Photorealistic)

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Thank You!

To Vadim, Michael, the SNS team, a big thank you and all the best for the festive season!

Extensive component testing (and development as a result of that) has seen me promoted to the position of National Product Manager, with my own R&D team, supplying products to five companies. And back to engineering school.

2012 is going to be busier than ever. SnS will once again be playing a critical role.

Regards

Ian

Posted on December 14, 2011 at 2:50am — 1 Comment

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