Meshing From Home

ymal2The city of Fort Worth finally caught up with its neighbor to the east and issued stay-home and business closure orders that go into effect tomorrow in order to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. So like many of you, we’re all meshing from home now.

But meshing does continue.

Our Engineering Services team is available to assist you.


Watch our weekly Tutorial Tuesday videos where you learn a feature in just a couple of minutes. No coincidence, this week’s video is about working remotely.

Our Product Development team continues progress on the software’s next major release. Coming soon are:

    • Periodicity support for high-order, curved meshes
    • Surface meshing that’s up to 5x faster
    • Vertex-centered mesh quality metrics
    • and more

Hex-core meshes will soon be able to be imprinted on symmetry planes.

Our Applied Research team’s R&D contracts continue unabated.

  • High-order mesh curving with adaptation
  • Mesh automation for “mid-fidelity” simulation

And our Business Development and Marketing and Partner Relations teams are sharing the latest success stories. Join the conversation on

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Read our latest case study: Application of Pointwise T-Rex Meshing and CFD Modeling to the Analysis of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (S-CO2) Power Cycles

Let’s keep on meshing.

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