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  1. Hello, I am new to Altair Hyperworks and am trying to run the tutorials for the Fatigue process. I have watched a couple videos on the process and then I went to run the same tutorial myself and I get this error when I run hyperworks>tools>fatigue process>new I was wondering if there is an installation guide for creating this file/directory because I can not seem to find it in the documentations. Thank you, Morgan
  2. Hi, Can anyone know the .tcl macro for the generating of rigidlinks between the same rigid material(MID) parts for with output of PIDs of respective links in .key file format for Hypermesh12v.
  3. Hi, Is it possible to find all the mesh nodes that lie on a plane (defined by 3 points - A,B,C) through the use of .tcl or command script? Many thanks, Wensong
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