When designing tubes, it's crucial to measure the neutral axes to ensure both efficient and safe use. 3DViewStation offers a "neutral axis" feature, also referred to as "neutral fiber," that can automatically recognize tubes, even on tessellated geometries, and calculate a set of parameters to measure their neutral axes.
Comprehensive Measurement Tools in 3DViewStation
3DViewStation provides a plethora of measurement tools for 3D model visualization. Users can accurately and effortlessly measure distances, angles, areas, and volumes. Additionally, 3DViewStation supports an extensive array of 3D file formats, such as CATIA, NX, SolidWorks, Creo, STEP, IGES, and many others. As a result, users can view and measure 3D models from various sources without the need to convert files or possess knowledge about the originating design software.
Advanced Neutral Axis Detection
The "neutral axis" feature of 3DViewStation employs an intricate algorithm to detect tubes and measure their diameter and length. Once the tubes are identified, users can seamlessly view the results either through a screenshot or by using the integrated measurement function.
Detailed Measurements Displayed
As illustrated in the above screenshot, the measurements showcase the bending diameter and the tube length. Such data is indispensable for engineers and designers when working on tube-involved projects.
Efficient Tube Design with 3DViewStation
By leveraging the "neutral axis" function of 3DViewStation, users can automatically measure tube neutral axes with precision and efficiency. This not only saves time but also ensures the design's safety.
In the realm of 3D modeling and tube design, 3DViewStation stands out for its cutting-edge features and user-centric tools. By offering precise neutral axis measurements, it not only enhances the efficiency of design projects but also significantly boosts safety standards. As 3D modeling continues to evolve, tools like 3DViewStation will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in shaping the future of design and engineering.