Navigation hyperCAD®-S Mesh: quick preparation of polygon meshes

    Polygon meshes comprise the initial data of 3D surface scanners, as used in reverse engineering. hyperCAD®-S Mesh is a module that allows meshes to be quickly prepared for CAM programming and NC milling.

    hyperCAD-S Mesh | Polygon meshes | CAD software

    go here Some of the diverse uses of 3D surface scanners includes forged and cast parts, clay models and moulds. 3D scanners offer precise, high-resolution, full views of 3D objects, generally with a large amount of data.

    Preparing meshes for milling The main task of the CAM programmer is to prepare meshes in such a way that a perfect basis for milling is created very quickly. To achieve optimal milling results, any mesh deviations must be repaired immediately. It may also be necessary to perform metrological analyses and checks. get link hyperCAD®-S Mesh provides the CAM programmer with numerous functions to help them conveniently prepare meshes for milling.

    Functions see url hyperCAD®-S Mesh

    Smooth meshes

    xxxweb cam This function removes mesh elements that deviate greatly from a measurement series.

    hyperCAD-S Mesh | Smooth meshes

    Decimate meshes This function allows the mesh density to be reduced while retaining the geometry properties. The reduced data volume improves the model calculation.

    hyperCAD-S Mesh | Decimate meshes

    Fill mesh areas This provides a simple and convenient way to close holes in meshes.

    hyperCAD-S Mesh | Fill mesh areas

    Separate mesh clusters

    This function makes it possible to delete triangles that are not connected.

    Mesh from faces

    A mesh can be generated from faces, open or closed solids.

    Split meshes

    Mesh elements can be split using a planar entity. All the cut triangles are regenerated to ensure that a smooth cut is achieved.

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