Importing & using scanned meshes into SolidWorks with Power Surfacing RE
Recorded on Apr 29, 2015
Power Surfacing RE (Reverse Engineering) is based on the award winning Power Surfacing 4.2 for SOLIDWORKS
. Power Surfacing RE provides tools for importing (and reverse engineering) scanned meshes into SolidWorks and using that scanned data for design, analysis, 3D printing, etc. Power Surfacing RE has the ability to constrain to and reference imported meshes to capture and preserve the original design shape, and its tools support design variations based on the original shape. Power Surfacing RE creates native SolidWorks geometry, which can be shelled, filleted, analyzed, etc. just like all other SolidWorks geometry.
The webinar is free and lasts about one hour, including the Q&A session.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
Sue Blackman is a 3D artist, author, and educator. She has taught classes in the engineering and drafting departments of top-rated community colleges, and has authored for Apress, Lynda.com, and AMC Siggraph. Specializing in combining game technology with CAD data, she has been involved with the development of 3D applications, training material, and workflow analysis for well over a decade.
SolidWorks users who: need to import and reverse engineer scanned meshes (in SolidWorks especially); need to be able to revise organic forms continuously throughout the design process; need a simple method for modifying the surface definition of existing
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