Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

Simulate Early, Simulate Often... In Rhino

Liam Woolley
  • Male
  • Oslo
  • Norway
Share on Facebook Share

Liam Woolley's Friends

  • Kristian Wenstop
  • Alexandros Adamou
  • Jacek Jaskólski
  • Gregory Epps
  • Fredrik Wenstøp
  • William Tiu

Liam Woolley's Discussions

Accuracy.....
3 Replies

Hello. I am loving the simplicity and user friendliness of the software how ever have a concern considering the von misses stress values. My thesis project was optimisation of bike frames and this is…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Boyd Aug 24, 2011.

Rendering
4 Replies

I have played around but had no luck... is it possible to render with the contour plots?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kristian Wenstop May 25, 2011.

Can any one explain this....?
5 Replies

When i go to see the z displacement the model goes black and -1.#INDmm appears where the figures should be. Any idea to what i am doing wrong? Ive attached a screen shot so you can get a better…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam Woolley Sep 16, 2010.

Material properties
2 Replies

Hello there. Has anybody got any good suggestions for sites that contain material properties? Im doing a project using Hytrel from dupont but the figures on their site fluctuate, also some properties…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anthony Botting Sep 29, 2010.

 

Liam Woolley's Page

Latest Activity

Liam Woolley posted a blog post

Use of Scan and solve for Fimbulvetr Snowshoes

Project background We at Pivot produktdesign set out to create higher performing, more durable and highly ergonomic snowshoes, the result is Fimbulvetr. Many manufacturers have tried to solve the traversing aspect of snow-shoeing but the solutions we saw were not sufficient. It was quickly identified that to achieve higher durability and traversing improvements a one piece unibody that combined the hinge and deck was the way forward. This presented us with an extreme challenge that we had…See More
Apr 24, 2014
Charles Overy -LGM 3d Printing commented on Liam Woolley's photo
Thumbnail

Rapid Prototype

"Liam   Nice analysis and great 3d printing.    If anyone needs a SnS part made, we would be more than happy to make it for you .  We have 3 of these printers in house.  www.lgm3d.com"
Sep 2, 2011
Ian Boyd replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Accuracy.....'
"Hi Liam   To illustrate my point in last response regarding assembly stresses. Designers cannot work in isolation (as they so often do) from the realities of a product's 'life cycle'.   SNS, and I suppose any analytical…"
Aug 24, 2011
Ian Boyd replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Accuracy.....'
"Hi Liam   I read your discussion while testing a cross rail for a chair, which is not much more than a simple cantilever beam with an end load. I'm using a steel with a tensile (yield) strength of 420MPA. End load 2520N. SNS reports Danger…"
Aug 22, 2011
Liam Woolley commented on Liam Woolley's photo
Thumbnail

Rapid Prototype

"It was just to test the principle and will be used for marketing T-splines, scan and solve and Zcorp printers... The part its self can be used for many things. I analysed the surface extensively in Rhino but actually…"
Aug 16, 2011
Vadim Shapiro commented on Liam Woolley's photo
Thumbnail

Rapid Prototype

"Great visual!   Just curious what you are going to do with the printed part ..."
Aug 15, 2011
Liam Woolley posted a photo

Rapid Prototype

Making using of the new VRML feature :) Printed on a Z printer 510 by www.3d-print.no
Aug 15, 2011
Liam Woolley posted a photo

Disc calliper render with contour plot

Been playing around with the mesh bake feature. Great addition, thanks for adding it, will have some 3d print images up next week.
Aug 4, 2011
Liam Woolley commented on Scan&Solve's video
Jul 26, 2011
Vadim Shapiro replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Accuracy.....'
"Liam,  the surprising part of your post is that you got the expected results with Algor -- unless you are using 1D beam elements as opposed to 3D solid elements.   The 1D beam model is only an idealization/simplification of the 3D…"
Jun 20, 2011
Liam Woolley posted a discussion

Accuracy.....

Hello. I am loving the simplicity and user friendliness of the software how ever have a concern considering the von misses stress values. My thesis project was optimisation of bike frames and this is where i first noticed "Different" von misses values than other packages. To see what was going on i hand calculated a simple problem. Test1m x 1m Box sextion at 10m length6061 T6 aluminium Restrained at one end and loaded at the other with a load of 98100N Displacement (m) Hand= 0.00537…See More
Jun 20, 2011
Michael Freytag replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Rendering'
"At the moment, there is no way to output the color information in a way that is associated with the model in all its 3D glory. ~Michael"
May 23, 2011
Brett Watkins replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Rendering'
"I've been trying to find a means of outputting the color information, is a mesh baked with color something which is on the horizon?  Is there another way I might be able to extract that information? Thanks,  Brett"
May 21, 2011
Liam Woolley replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Rendering'
"Ow the mesh output for rapid prototyping would be a great feature, i certainly would make good use of it!  I think that would do, i am no software genius so do not know what would work best,  i guess if you start…"
May 20, 2011
Michael Freytag replied to Liam Woolley's discussion 'Rendering'
"At the moment, contour plots are visible only when the Scan&Solve View tab is active. There have been requests for color surface mesh output in VRML 2.0 format for color rapid prototyping, and it is on the wish/to-do list. Would a mesh…"
May 20, 2011
Liam Woolley posted a discussion

Rendering

I have played around but had no luck... is it possible to render with the contour plots?
May 20, 2011

Profile Information

Occupation
Professional, Educator
Website Address
http://www.pivot.no
What modeling, simulation and analysis tools do you use?
Rhino, Spaceclaim, Catia and grasshopper.

Liam Woolley's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Liam Woolley's Blog

Use of Scan and solve for Fimbulvetr Snowshoes

Project background



We at Pivot produktdesign set out to create higher performing, more durable and highly ergonomic snowshoes, the result is Fimbulvetr. Many manufacturers have tried to solve the traversing aspect of snow-shoeing but the solutions we saw were not sufficient. It was quickly identified that to achieve higher durability and traversing improvements a one piece unibody that combined the hinge and deck was the way forward. This presented us with an extreme…

Continue

Posted on April 24, 2014 at 6:38am

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Scan-and-Solve for Rhino to add comments!

Join Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

At 10:29am on October 21, 2010, Alexandros Adamou said…
Curiosity!!
 
 
 

FOLLOW SCAN&SOLVE

© 2017   Created by Michael Freytag.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service