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Hi there, I am working on a knee project and my goal is to mesh the its different parts. As you know different parts of these such as femur, tibia, ACL and etc have really complex geometry. I have gotten the final shape from CT scan files. Right now I need to kind of meshing style. First C3D8 for bones and C3D20 hex mesh for the soft tissues. I can not find a good method to mesh my shapes in Hypermesh in the style that I have attached to this email. Attached is a sample picture of what I want at the end. I would really appreciate if you tell me how I can have such meshing with control on my mesh density by using Hypermesh. Also, I should mentioned that I have worked with shrink wrap. As you know it was not accurate and also it has taken me too many elements that I cannot run such huge number in Abaqus. Thank you for your help Regards; Amir New Picture.jpg.bmp
Hello riecently I start to work in your programm HyperMesh, I enjoy it very mush, so many posobilities! "Ngn vet inte vad han skall fästa blicken på", as we say. And becouse I am in the 3d printing theme. (Frankly, for me it is almost art! ) I really want to use your program for meshing some breathtaking geometries for my customers. They need some speciefic requirements in the main strength characteristics. Ussually I used Abaqus for this properties but for complex geometry it could be sometimes very tricky and I was recomended to use your program. Could you tell me how to mesh complex stl model in Hypermesh, please? As I uderstood, reading your forum, first of all I need to do open stl: File > Import > File type > STL; then I need to create a geometry from mesh: Geom > surfaces from FE (elems - all; feature edges; complexity 10) [sometimes Hyper writes that he failed to create some surfaces, wich is oddly]; And then I can`t create solid, Hyper writes created 0 solid elements and 0 nodes