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Scan&Solve 2014 used in Sailing Yacht Design

VK Yacht is now using Scan&Solve to predict and optimize structural performance of yacht designs…Continue

Started Oct 5, 2014

Crossbeam for a 24 ft trailerable trimaran

(Posted for Jody Culbert)I just sent the whole series of screenshots that I had sent to the client to helphim understand the dynamics…Continue

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Scan&Solve Pro is Released

Official release of Scan&Solve Pro! Scan&Solve Pro is HERE!   Dear Friends, After a long period of development we are pleased to announce…
Mar 21, 2017
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Aug 13, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to Chai Chen Chu's discussion 'Hinge support for folded plate structure'
"So what you really have here is a large number of thin (essentially 2D) plates connected by hinges.  Scan&Solve currently supports bonded assemblies of 3D solids,  which will not help you.  Sorry."
Feb 25, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to Chai Chen Chu's discussion 'Hinge support for folded plate structure'
"Could please post (or email to a picture of what you want to analyze and what the restraint/loads may be.   Otherwise,  it is hard to tell what the question is. "
Feb 24, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to Will Sixel's discussion 'Resolution and Convergence'
"We agree that our software is awesome for structural analysis  :-) Please see the documentation that lists which models in Rhino are supported.  If Rhino thinks that the model is solid,  then the model is good enough for SnS.…"
Feb 17, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to Will Sixel's discussion 'Resolution and Convergence'
"The best reference is probably this journal paper.   We are not aware of any specific studies related to femur bone or skull.  Of course, every application is different,  but the principles of using FEA are pretty much the…"
Feb 17, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to Will Sixel's discussion 'Resolution and Convergence'
"Comparison  of Scan&Solve and classical FEA can be found at this page,  where you can also find the link to detailed technical paper.   A popular introduction written some time ago can be found here.  You can find…"
Feb 17, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to Will Sixel's discussion 'Resolution and Convergence'
"Generally speaking,  this kind of benchmarking requires setting up identical testing conditions and assumptions...  which may defeat the purpose of the whole experiment.   For example,  Scan&Solve enforces the restraints over…"
Feb 15, 2016
Scan&Solve replied to leslie dean brown's discussion 'Optimise geometry'
"Yes,  of course.  A proper technical term is "topology optimization".    It is not that difficult to implement.   In fact,  it can be done using SnSScript.   However,  using such technics is not all…"
Dec 24, 2015
Scan&Solve replied to V Phanindra Bogu's discussion 'Could you please help me anyone'
"See  this post  please"
Dec 11, 2015
Scan&Solve replied to Eric Foy's discussion 'Gluing of near-proximity surfaces'
"This distance is controlled implicitly by choosing the resolution.  As the number of elements gets larger,  their size gets smaller,  allowing resolving smaller and smaller features.   To see if your small features are resolved,…"
Nov 23, 2015
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Scan&Solve WIP now with WOOD!

In the latest version of the Scan&Solve WIP (2015.8.13) now supports assemblies of wood and other materials in glued contact.  The following brief introduction shows it in use:
Aug 18, 2015
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Cloud-Based 3D Printed Part Stress Analysis Available

It looks like our little experiment with simulation on the cloud has been noticed: Please give it a try!
Jun 22, 2015
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Scan&Solve Fusion (WIP) is released

Free to all Scan&Solve users: Simulation of Multi-Material Assemblies with Scan&Solve Fusion (WIP)   ▼ Download Scan&Solve Fusion (WIP)   ► Watch Video Scan&Solve Fusion (WIP) extends the power and simplicity of Scan&Solve to bonded assemblies…
Feb 23, 2015
Scan&Solve replied to Jeff's discussion 'What kind of analysis method?'
"I assume that IGA refers to "isogeometric analysis".   A short answer is no,  it is not similar.  The idea behind IGA is to use the same representation (often,  NURBSs) for both geometry and analysis.  In contrast,…"
Feb 7, 2015
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