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SnSFusion loading problems
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All~We've heard some early reports of problems loading SnSFusion on Windows 8.  Please standby as we try to understand the source and solution for the failure.If you experienced the loading problem…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Freytag Feb 26.

Extracting Bending Moments

Recently a user asked about calculating section properties of a pre-cast concrete beam he was working on.  So I modified…Continue

Started Oct 1, 2013

Querying Solution at Text Dots

A user asked for the ability to output solution values at the location of text dots.  I've added to the documentation a script that does that.  The script can be viewed at this…Continue

Started May 2, 2013

 

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Michael Freytag replied to Nick's discussion 'Legend colours do not render'
"Hello Nick, From the view tab try baking a textured mesh into Rhino.  Then switch to a rendered display mode to see if Rhino will display the baked textured mesh with color.  That may help isolate the problem. ~Michael"
Mar 4
Michael Freytag replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"All~ At the moment, this seems to actually be a problem with the configuration of the tools we use to build SnSFusion.  We are working on a solution. Thank you for your patience. ~Michael"
Feb 26
Serhat Kosif replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"Dear Michael, I am sorry that could not find programdata link because of it was invisible. Kindly find attached photo that shows the rhino version is "5 SR10 64-bit and license.lic contains only a simple sentence "SERVER RHINO ANY"…"
Feb 26
Hrvoje Petrovic replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"Hello Michael, I have the same license file layout (in the folder C:/ProgramData/Scan&Solve) as you are showing in your example and I am using Win7 and Rhino 5 SR10 and Fusion still does not want to load. Please advise. Hrvoje"
Feb 26
Michael Freytag replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"All~ As it stands today (2/25/2015), SnSFusion is built against the following version of Rhino:   Version 5 SR10 64-bit  (5.10.41201.11145, 12/1/2014) It is likely that SnSFusion will not work if you are running an earlier release of Rhino…"
Feb 25
Michael Freytag replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"Hello Serhat, C:\Program Files\Scan&Solve\ is actually a different location than C:\ProgramData\Scan&Solve. C:\ProgramData\* contains folders where programs can read and write their settings. Anyway, it's also possible the problem lies…"
Feb 25
Serhat Kosif replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"Hi Michael, I suppose, it is actually the same link as you indicated. The link is; C:\Program Files\Scan&Solve There is no file which is called license.lic but only the files listed above."
Feb 25
Michael Freytag replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"Hello Serhat, Sorry for the confusion.  The system variable: %ProgramData% refers to C:/ProgramData/.  The license should be at: C:/ProgramData/Scan&Solve/license.lic. If the license file is valid, there is the possibility of…"
Feb 24
Serhat Kosif replied to Michael Freytag's discussion 'SnSFusion loading problems'
"Dear Michael,   Thank you for informing and guiding to this discussion about the error. I do not have a license file with the extension ".lic" in  %ProgramData%/Scan&Solve however I can use SNS without a problem on my…"
Feb 24
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SnSFusion loading problems

All~We've heard some early reports of problems loading SnSFusion on Windows 8.  Please standby as we try to understand the source and solution for the failure.If you experienced the loading problem and discovered a solution, please share.Note: a valid installation of SnS 2014 is required in order for SnSFusion to  load in Rhino.  If SnSFusion cannot find a valid license on the first attempt to load, you will see the following:…See More
Feb 24
Michael Freytag replied to george edwards's discussion 'Selected object is not a valid solid object'
"Hello George, Scan&Solve doesn't do anything special beyond what Rhino functionality says about a shape being a valid closed polysurface that represents a valid solid.  I do see in your first image some odd half cylinders residing…"
Dec 9, 2014
Michael Freytag replied to Ian Boyd's discussion 'Stress XX, XY etc.'
"Hello Ian, Your understanding of the notation is correct. Stress XY is the stress on the X plane (its normal points along X-axis) due to a force acting in the Y direction - this is a shear stress.  Stress XX is the stress on the X plane due to…"
Nov 7, 2014
Michael Freytag replied to Tom D.'s discussion 'FEA Results Domain'
"Tom, It sounds like you want to skip certain regions (i.e. neighborhood of restraints) when generating the output for the report - something like: "Ignore solution (stress?) values within some distance X of any restraint, whether sampling…"
Oct 17, 2014
Michael Freytag replied to Tom D.'s discussion 'Small Wish: Time of run'
"Hello Tom, Would you want this in the report, or would a simple message in the UI be sufficient? ~Michael"
Oct 15, 2014
Michael Freytag replied to Filipe Natalio's discussion 'bake section'
"Hello Filipe, If you are feeling adventurous you could excise the cross-section appearance from a screen-grab of a properly oriented viewport (i.e. top view of z-section plane) then use this as a texture map onto a manually generated…"
Oct 6, 2014
Michael Freytag replied to Filipe Natalio's discussion 'bake section'
"Filipe, Scan&Solve does not have the ability to bake the section.  How would you want the section to be baked?  Would you want the clipped shape AND the planar section? ~Michael"
Oct 6, 2014

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Scan&Solve™ for Rhino: Now With Gravity!

The latest beta version of Scan&Solve™ for Rhino is available from Intact-Solutions at www.scanandsolve.com. This version adds a significant new feature- GRAVITY. Simply choose the material for your shape, select restraints, and check the Gravity checkbox. Click the [Go] button to see the performance of your shape under it's own weight:…


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Posted on August 18, 2010 at 3:00pm

Announcing Scan&Solve™ for Rhino: Stress Analysis Made Easy

Scan&Solve™ for Rhino is a new plugin from Intact Solutions that completely automates basic structural testing of Rhino solids. No simplification, healing, translating, or meshing is needed. Depending on complexity of your shape and chosen resolution, you may need to wait for a few minutes, but the results are worth the wait!


Simply pick the material, choose restraints and specify loads on the faces of the solid model:…
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Posted on August 9, 2010 at 6:30pm — 14 Comments

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