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==Availability==
 
==Availability==
The [[School of Science and Engineering]] (SSE) maintains a limited site-license for student use of Solidworks 2014It is available on many school-owned computers, students may request an individual copy for their personal computers under the SSE license.
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Meshmizer is free software, anyone can download and install it for free on their personal computer.
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Install Link: http://www.meshmixer.com/download.html
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Note: Meshmixer was purchased by Autodesk in 2016 and some of its tools were incorporated into Fusion 360We still recommend the Meshmixer program, as it appears to again be the most easily approachable program for its specific tasks.
  
 
==Getting Started==
 
==Getting Started==
The recommended method for learning Solidworks is to simply work through the Tutorials provided with the software. The program also contains an elaborate "Help" system that will answer most questions as they arise.
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There are a number of different user tutorials provided at https://all3dp.com/meshmixer-tutorial/.
  
 
==Other Resources==
 
==Other Resources==
https://www.solidworks.com/
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http://www.meshmixer.com/
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http://www.mmmanual.com/

Latest revision as of 01:35, 27 August 2020

Description

Meshmixer is a 3d modeling and design program, but unlike others it is designed for manipulating 3d models which have already been created. It can adjust and re-size models, stretch or skew specific aspects of models, or even incorporate multiple models into a single object for 3d printing.

Availability

Meshmizer is free software, anyone can download and install it for free on their personal computer.

Install Link: http://www.meshmixer.com/download.html

Note: Meshmixer was purchased by Autodesk in 2016 and some of its tools were incorporated into Fusion 360. We still recommend the Meshmixer program, as it appears to again be the most easily approachable program for its specific tasks.

Getting Started

There are a number of different user tutorials provided at https://all3dp.com/meshmixer-tutorial/.

Other Resources

http://www.meshmixer.com/

http://www.mmmanual.com/