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Event: Refine Inspire Results in solidThinking Evolve

A free webinar shows participants how to work between solidThinking applications Inspire and Evolve.

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solidThinking, Inc., is hosting a free webinar on 22 July at 9:00 AM EDT titled, “Refine Inspire Results in Evolve.”

Users and interested readers alike can review, learn and gain advice by following solidThinking Evolve expert Francesco Di Guiseppe for a 45 minutes introduction to Evolve.

MORE: solidThinking Evolve for Architectural Modeling – Part 1

Francesco will show participants how solidThinking Evolve’s PolyNURBS tools can be used to convert Inspire results into manufacturable solid geometries.

Webinar Details

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to import an Inspire optimization into Evolve
  • An introduction to the Evolve user interface
  • How to use Evolve’s polygonal modeling tools to recreate the part as a solid geometry
  • How to use the Nurbify function in Evolve to convert polygons into solids
  • How to export a solid geometry from Evolve

To register for the free webinar go here. To learn more about solidThinking Evolve and Inspire visit some of the articles below or go here.

01 - solidThinking Inspire is a leading CAID software tool that leverages unique Morphogensis technology to help reduce mass and weight in product design, making product development more environmentally sustainable.

01 – solidThinking Inspire is a leading CAID software tool that leverages unique Morphogensis technology to help reduce mass and weight in product design, making product development more environmentally sustainable.

MORE: Product Review: solidThinking Inspire 2014

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