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.MAT Database files - We can I get some.

.MAT Database files - We can I get some.

.MAT Database files - We can I get some.

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Guys and Gals,

Help, need some .MAT files which I can place on a database and assign to models.

Have started at small company that has only been manually putting in the density and wish to set up a property database of the most general materials along with a few different grades.

Have not been able to find a free site which stores these files.  They are using Pro Engineer 2000i

Regards

Paul Coughlin

RE: .MAT Database files - We can I get some.

well..let me have ur e-mail & I'll forward u spreadsheets contain ur request...

eyadamk@maktoob.com

RE: .MAT Database files - We can I get some.

eyadamk, I was wondering the same thing as Paul only I use Solidworks and was looking for something for Cosmos (.lib). Any suggestions? Thanks Art

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