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Old 01-29-2016, 08:42 AM
amaryllixe amaryllixe is offline
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Hye all,

Is it possible to input model from SolidWork to Anybody without using the plug-in. I have the standard license without having th SolidWork2Anybody and am thinking of inputing the solidwork model. is it possible without having the plugin installed???
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Old 02-02-2016, 11:07 AM
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Hi,

If you don't have the SolidWorks2AnyBody license, then you should construct your own assembly using AnyScript by yourself.

1) Save all STL files for individual SolidWorks parts.
2) Extract all mass properties from your SolidWorks parts.
3) Create your own AnySeg objects using the extracted mass properties.
4) Define your own constraints in order to replicate the mates in your SolidWorks assembly.

So, if you do these manual tasks by yourself, you can also implement your own assembly inside AnyBody Modeling System.

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Moonki
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※ When you would upload your models, please write information about your AMS and AMMR versions.
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Old 02-21-2017, 06:05 AM
mohdsyafiqapik mohdsyafiqapik is offline
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Question Is it necessary to save all STL files?

Hello. My name is Syafiq. I'm current using the AnyBody software for my Final Year Project. And I'm quite new to this software.

I would like to ask regarding on the steps to model object without the plug-in. I found out that I couldn't click on the mass properties once I opened the solidworks' STL file for the individual part that I have saved. Unlike the solidwork file itself, whereby I could view the mass properties. So, is it necessary to save STL file? And what could we do with the file after we saved it?
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Old 03-02-2017, 11:13 AM
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Dear Syafiq,

Your question is related to SolidWorks than AnyBody Modeling System.

Personally I don't know how to extract mass properties from STL files inside SolidWorks as you noticed.

AnyBody Modeling System uses STL file format for visualization.

If you don't use SolidWorks2AnyBody, then you should prepare the mass properties by yourself. But we can't answer how to do that because that is beyond the scope of AnyBody.

Best regards,
Moonki
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※ AnyScript™ Reference Manual is the bible.
※ AnyScript™ wiki page is the best supplementary information(http://wiki.anyscript.org).
※ When you would upload your models, please write information about your AMS and AMMR versions.
※ If you want to get more intensive support, please update your information(profile, organization and signature).
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