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  1. Hi, I guess everything will get clear if you follow the basic tutorials. Regards
  2. Where did you get 2019.2? We are still running 2019.0.1 and I don't see a new version available...
  3. Hi Nigel, from my point of view it is not possible within Inspire to do this automatically. You should do it manually by splitting the polynurb in 2 or 3 and move the vertices. MM.
  4. Hi Felix, can you specify how to do this? Thanks!
  5. You must increase your design space. In your current setup there is no room to take material away. That's why there is a design violations: even with a completely filled design space, the part is not strong enough. Good luck! S.
  6. We did some tests in the past but the thermal input did not effect the results.
  7. Hi all, recently we finished a project in collaboration with ASCO industries in which we made the redesign of a gooseneck bracket which is produced by additive manufacturing. The complete optimization and design is done with Inspire. I hope this can INSPIRE some among you :). If you want more information about the project you can use this link Best regards! S.
  8. Hi CJD160, i faced the same problem but found a solution. just click the "transfer sketch" button as shown below and the sketch will be transferred into a new part. Best regards, Simon
  9. Hi Felix, It is a performance issue; I have a lot of lag when I'm handling the polynurbs parts. I will send you the model through your link. Thanks, Simon
  10. Hi all, I experienced that when I connect a lot of polynurbs to each other, the file because almost impossible to handle. So I had the idea to split the part in different polynurbs again. But despite the fact I removed some areas, the different polynurbs bodies stay in one part and it keeps very heavy to handle. Is there a way to solve this? I already tried to use section planes but this doesn't help... Thank you! Simon
  11. Dear Jaideep, thanks a lot for your quick answer! Option 2 causes the problem. Is there a way to replace the origin of the part by the origin of the assembly so it stays in the same place? Another problem I'm facing is that when I'm dragging parts where loads or fixtures are attached to, the loads and fixtures disappear. I tried to fix this by checking "rotate with part" but this doesn't solve the problem... If you want to take a look at the file I can only send it by mail (because of confidential reasons...) Thanks! Simon
  12. Dear, I have an urgent question regarding re-arranging parts in Inspire. When I drag parts in the tree to another sub assembly they just disappear. Nevertheless their volume/mass keeps the same in the tree. But I just can't see them. How can I fix this problem? Thanks, Simon
  13. Dear Felix, thanks for your answer. Unfortunatly I allready changed this location a few weeks ago but he keeps saving files in the documents folder on my c-drive. Especially the folder "deserializedResults" becomes very big (12GB) But not as big as the 104GB of the folder on my D-Drive. Can I just delete those files and still have acces to the models if I open the Inspire files? Thanks, Simon
  14. Also with Inspire there is a gigantic amount of files with big filesize (12GB) stored in my documents folder. What's the impact of deleting those files? For what reason are they stored in another location than wehere the original files are placed? S.
  15. Matthieu, thank you for your reply. We are looking forward to this further developments. Simon
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