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EN standard materials database

all european users need EN/DIN materials
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  • MBartlett21MBartlett21 Member Posts: 1,682 EDU
    edited April 2018
    You can create your own materials database
    MB - I make FeatureScripts:View FeatureScripts
  • claus_jeppesen817claus_jeppesen817 Member Posts: 39 PRO
    Yes I know
    It seem not futile that thousands of individuals should create the same  database consisting of all metals
  • MBartlett21MBartlett21 Member Posts: 1,682 EDU
    I was searching for "Aluminium" the other day. It is spelt "Aluminum" in their materials.
    I have created my own and changed their spellings to Australian.

    Also:
    Is there any way to get a csv of materials from Solidworks?
    MB - I make FeatureScripts:View FeatureScripts
  • miczechmiczech Member Posts: 6 PRO
    +1 please create such a library
  • konstantin_shiriazdanovkonstantin_shiriazdanov Member Posts: 939 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I was searching for "Aluminium" the other day. It is spelt "Aluminum" in their materials.
    I have created my own and changed their spellings to Australian.

    Also:
    Is there any way to get a csv of materials from Solidworks?
    In SW you can open it material library as xml and parse it. I used wolfram mathematica for example.
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