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How to export Moldflow results as a .fbx file!

How to export Moldflow results as a .fbx file!

I prefer the Sink Mark Estimate plot over the Sink Mark Shaded. I think the Sink Mark Estimate does a good job of providing me with the location and depth of potential sink marks. While the Sink Mark Shaded is OK, I often need to scale this plot to get viable information. But what if there was another way?
You can export your Sink Mark Plot as a .fbx file under the Results – Defect Visualization. Pick a file location, select the CAD body, as well as your elements and you can export this data. You can then open Fusion and run a simple rendering to get a realistic view of the sink marks on your part.  
Have you ever tried exporting Moldflow results as a .fbx file?

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