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Barebones CAD/Tet mesher?

Barebones CAD/Tet mesher?

Barebones CAD/Tet mesher?

Any suggestions for an open source CAD/Tet mesher ? All I
want to do it create simple volumes using protrusions and
revolutions, then tet mesh the volumes. What do you

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RE: Barebones CAD/Tet mesher?

Could you also use a 2-D mesher that you could copy or revolve the 2-D mesh while connecting the copies?

RE: Barebones CAD/Tet mesher?

Thanks for posting this link . I checked through most of them and am trying out NETGEN now. It is unfortunate that most of the tools have broken links, I presume the company/service is out of business?

I would also be interested in a 2D mesher that can extrude/revolve elements.

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RE: Barebones CAD/Tet mesher?

Would it not be very easy to roll your own extruder/revolver?

That's all PAL/2 used to do


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