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solidThinking Inspire 2017.3.2.8627 (x64)
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solidThinking Inspire 2017.3.2 | 997.1 mb

solidThinking, Inc. announced the latest version of its solidThinking Inspire software. This software allows design engineers, product designers and architects to investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily. This can lead to reduced costs, development time, material consumption, and product weight.

New Features
- Spot Welds: Spot welds connect surface parts together by welding them at specific locations. You can apply spot welds at any location on a surface part or at any existing point.
- Lattice Optimization: Lattice optimization fills your design space with an optimized lattice structure. When you run an optimization, it creates a lattice inside the design space based on the target parameters. The lattice file can be imported into Materialise® 3-matic for further processing and printing.
- PolyNURBS Fitting: Use the Fit tool to automatically fit a PolyNURBS to an optimized shape.
- Point Tracers for Motion: Path traces for points on a part can now be drawn with a tracer and used for geometry creation and modification. Shapes (like cams) can be synthesized from part motion by choosing to draw the path on a moving reference frame. If you move the tracers with the Move tool, the traced paths will update automatically.
- Table Profile for Motion: You can now define actuator and motor profiles in terms of tabular data by using the Profile Editor. Files in .csv format may be opened by dragging and dropping them into the Profile Editor, and a Description lets you view the data when fit with a spline function. The Start Time parameter in the Property Editor allows you to delay the onset of the data, like the other built-in profile functions.
- MotionSolve Plant Export for solidThinking Activate: Export (to MDL) on the Run Motion Analysis Settings window now includes plant model information (MS Plant) for motors and actuators, making it easy to replace Inspire Motion built-in controller models with detailed solidThinking Activate block diagram (1-D) solutions.
- UI Scaling: You can now scale the user interface proportionally to the text size using an option in the Preferences. This is useful for high resolution screens and monitors.
- User-Defined Units: You can now define a set of custom display units in the Preferences.
- PolyNURBS Sharpen: The Sharpen tool controls sharpness along the edges of a PolyNURBS. You can now set the sharpening factor automatically by selecting the Auto Sharpen checkbox. Also improved the overall stability of PolyNURBS tools.
- Motion Workflow Help: The workflow help now persists when microdialogs are visible.
Resolved Issues
- Fixed an issue where Boolean operations were executed when rotating the model.
- Fixed an issue where subcases were not getting written for grounded fasteners.
- Corrected units conversion problem in motion Descriptions for angular displacement.
- Sped up Motion Analyze Part run preparation for complex models. M-1200
- Corrected vector component results shown in the Analysis Explorer when displaying motion loads.
- Fixed inconsistencies in the appearance of the cursor icon when using motion tools.
- Fixed units sensitivity while running motion models in reported cases.
Known Issues
- Section cuts are not supported for lattice results.
- Some surface contacts are not found due to geometry limitations. Workarounds are possible. N-14258, IN-14554
- Numeric characters in assembly names cause errors in gauge optimization. Rename the assembly. N-15036
- Joints connected directly to a design space may not be restored when returning from the motion Optimize Part workflow. The workaround is to utilize a non−design space partition when making connections (joints, motors, or actuators) to a design space, and to put the partitions with the design space into a single rigid group. M-1022, IM-1240
- Spot welds are not supported for motion analysis. M-1299
- Sign convention of joint force Descriptions in Motion may differ due to part order. M-1139
- Motion tracing is not displayed while in the Analysis Explorer or Shape Explorer. M-1326, IN-1322
- When selecting a rigid group for Analyze Part, not all of the parts are highlighted. M-1264
- Instanced (or mirrored) part position may jump on first frame of solution. M-881, IM-313
- Temporary files generated by motion analysis have to be removed manually from the run history folder. M-1068 


About solidThinking Inspire. solidThinking Inspire enables design engineers, product designers, and architects to create and investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily. Inspire uses the Industry leading Altair OptiStruct technology to generate and analyze design concepts. The software is easy to learn and works with existing CAD tools to help design structural parts right the first time, reducing costs, development time, material consumption, and product weight.

The latest release, which features both flagship solidThinking Inspire 2017, focuses on improving current product usability with multiple new user-requested features including new tools for motion analysis, topography optimisation, symmetry, and depth of field.

Key Inspire 2017 updates:

- New Motion tool allows users to easily mechanise their models and investigate system motion to predict loads for moving parts.
- Topography Optimisation tools can be used to change shapes of shell structures by introducing stamped bead patterns for better structural performance.
- Updated Partition Tools allow users to divide a part into design and non-design regions by selecting a hole, pocket, or face to offset.
- Bolt Pretension tool allows users to achieve more accurate results when bolts are under pretension.

About solidThinking, Inc. solidThinking creates, develops and markets technology that helps our user community bring the most desirable products to their customers faster. solidThinking software is sold and supported by a global network of distribution partners and is also available as part of the Altair HyperWorks suite. solidThinking is a wholly owned subsidiary of Troy, Mich. (USA)-based Altair. Altair is privately held and employs 1,800 people in North America, South America, Europe and Asia/Pacific.

Product: solidThinking Inspire
Version: 2017.3.2.8627 
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: multilanguage
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even or newer
Size: 997.1 mb

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