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  1. Is it possible to view the different radii of beam elements from a lattice optimization as some type of plot in HyperView? Is there e.g. a control card for that?
  2. Hi guys, I would like to include multiple differently weighted loadcases in an optimization (like with the weighted compliance feature), however using minvol instead of min compliance as an onjective. Is this possible in optistruct? Thanks!
  3. Hi, I would like to export hyperview results into materialise 3matic, to perform an fea result based lattice optimization there. Apparently, the results have to be in a .rpt or.csv format to be compatible? Does anybody know how to export hyperview results in one of these formats?
  4. Thanks a lot again for your help, I really appreciate it! I´ll look into the help files and try to figure it based on what you told me!
  5. Thanks a lot for the reply etrud! Exporting via inspire did not work sadly.. I´m not very experienced with tcl scripts, could you maybe tell me more about how that could work?
  6. I would like to export the lattice structures generated by optistruct into a 3d printable format. Ive seen a few posts about this in the past and there didn't seem to be a way other than using an additional program like 3matic, so I was just wondering if this is still the case?
  7. Hi everyone, I am working on a project involving performing a lattice optimization in OptiStruct and then hopefully 3D printing the final component. Since manufacturability dictates a fairly large lattice unit cell size, I was wondering if this cell size is always exactly equal to the size of the hexa or tetra finite element? For the sake of accuracy, I would obviously prefer to use considerably smaller elements for the optimization process. If this is the case and I have to use the larger elements, would it perhaps be beneficial to use quad elements instead of linear ones? Thanks a lot!
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