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Export Geometry 3D Flux to CAD File

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Hello,

 

I want to know if there is a way to export ageometry made in Altair Flux to any CAD files format(.IGES, .CATIA, .STEP, etc)

 

The only file that I can export is a DXF file. 

 

Also I want to export the motor geometry with the winding.

 

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I made the IPM_Motor_Flux_3D.pdf tutorial and now I want to export the geometry in a CAD file .

 

Thank you in advance.

 

Best Regards.

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Hi,

If you use just the Flux context, you have just one choice to export your device (DXF file). But If you want to export your device in different format (step, sat…)  you need to entrer in the modeler context.

Once you are in the modeler context >> project >> select the format that you want.

 

Best regards.

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Hello Abdessamed and thank you for the reply.

 

I just wanted to know if there is a way to export also the winding (made by CreateNonMeshedCoilForRadialMotor.PFM)

 

I have heard that if it is composed by non mesh coils unfortunatelly it is not possible to export it because it's not really a geometric entity. I just want to make sure that probably there is a way to export it.

 

Also, if I can get the lines of the winding and export it in a CAD file , it will work for me. (I just will extrude the shape, but at least I have the route). Or if you have any other idea, I will appreciate to help me to export the winding.

 

Thank you in advance

 

Best Regards

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Hi,

Unfortunately it is not possible to export no meshed coil  because there is no volumes. But If you want to export your winding, in this case you need to represent it with mesh coil.

Best regards.

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