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We are trying to implement MoselCheck.
I was hunting for a good book and it seems there isn't much out there.
I found "Re-Use Your CAD: The ModelCHECK Handbook" and we are going to buy it.
Has anyone got this book? Any comments about it?


I have set up ModelCheck before and we use it here. There are many tricks to making it work right.
I had the company buy Robin's book when it was released in May. It is pretty good in explaining some of the finer points needed to set up ModelCheck. If you plan on using the do not save on error functionality, test it very thoroughly before you enable that part.
I also have a large collection of articles and setup information that others have written over the years.
If you want the ModelCheck zip file collection email me at: looslib<at>centrusenergy.com.

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