Home » Mesh Transformer
Transform the Original Surface and generate a new Morphed Surface that captures the deviations seen in the Deformed or Scan Mesh.
Grey Surface has to be morphed, according to the changes seen in the Original and Morphed Mesh (shown in red color). The last two figures show the curvature characteristics of the Original and Morphed Surfaces
Automatically morph the part or mold surface geometry to build windage in for molded parts and account for warpage.
Automatically compensate Die Surfaces, different percentage amounts as necessary to account for springback.
Area inside the Profile is considered for Morphing. Area outside the Profile Area is kept fixed during Morphing
Turbine Blades morphed to reduce stress and/or meet other product life-cycle needs lead to more efficient, longer lasting, and commercially viable smaller blades for applications such as Wind and Tidal Generators
Inside surface of Medical Implants morphed to match scan of bone slice with a high degree of tolerance, while maintaining required geometry quality for NC-machining