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Material Libraries: I need non-American Material Designations (ISO and more materiels)

martin_kopplowmartin_kopplow Member Posts: 237 ✭✭✭
I'm just playing around with simulation to see If I could use this for real work (I know it is still beta). Of course, material libraries are required, but the one built is limited and it has strange american material names only, so this is of no use for me (Europe). Now, I know I can create my own, but why should every user in the world do all the typing again, when computers and the internet have long been invented?

My question: Is there an ISO-compatible material library already existing, which I could use or build mine upon, or is Onshape planning on creating a more comprehensive and suitable library for use outside the US? For example ISO Steel types would be great.
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