LiveLink™ for AutoCAD®

LiveLink™ for the AutoCAD® CAD system allows you to transfer a 3D geometry from AutoCAD® to COMSOL Multiphysics. The synchronized geometry in the COMSOL model stays associative with the geometry in AutoCAD. This means that settings applied to the geometry, like physics or mesh settings, are retained after subsequent synchronizations. The LiveLink interface is also bidirectional to allow you to initiate a change of the AutoCAD geometry from the COMSOL model. <br><br>All LiveLink for CAD products include all the capabilities of the CAD Import Module. This lets you import and defeature files from all major CAD packages.
LiveLink™ for the AutoCAD® CAD system allows you to transfer a 3D geometry from AutoCAD® to COMSOL Multiphysics. The synchronized geometry in the COMSOL model stays associative with the geometry in AutoCAD. This means that settings applied to the geometry, like physics or mesh settings, are retained after subsequent synchronizations. The LiveLink interface is also bidirectional to allow you to initiate a change of the AutoCAD geometry from the COMSOL model. <br><br>All LiveLink for CAD products include all the capabilities of the CAD Import Module. This lets you import and defeature files from all major CAD packages.
LiveLink™ for the AutoCAD® CAD system allows you to transfer a 3D geometry from AutoCAD® to COMSOL Multiphysics. The synchronized geometry in the COMSOL model stays associative with the geometry in AutoCAD. This means that settings applied to the geometry, like physics or mesh settings, are retained after subsequent synchronizations. The LiveLink interface is also bidirectional to allow you to initiate a change of the AutoCAD geometry from the COMSOL model.

All LiveLink for CAD products include all the capabilities of the CAD Import Module. This lets you import and defeature files from all major CAD packages.
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