All You Need to Know About Meshing – Infographic

When it comes to Simulation, the most important part of the set up has to be meshing. Although it is a very complicated art that has its roots in some complex mathematics- the automesher found in SOLIDWORKS Simulation really hides all that complexity from the users. Although you can just let it do all the work, it doesn’t hurt to know what all the options mean in case you need to trouble shoot something or just want to take the wheel and drive the process a little.

Here’s everything you need to know about meshing in SOLIDWORKS Simulation.
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Stephen Petrock
Since 1998, TriMech has helped our clients design better products by partnering with them and offering, not only CAD, CAE, PDM, FEA, CAM software products, but also by engineering solutions involving full-time and temporary staffing, contract design, analysis and drafting services, rapid prototyping, custom programming and implementation services. TriMech is a value-added reseller of SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys 3D Printers in the Mid-Atlantic and South-East including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Stephen Petrock