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Posted · Analyzing the sliced ​​file in an analysis program such as Ansys

I want to take my 3D shape and put it with the fill pattern into another program like Ansys so I can analyze it. After I slice and save the file, when I open it in Ansys to analyze it, only the surfaces appear.
What I need is the fill density and the fill pattern. How can I correctly move the solid model with the infill pattern and density into the analysis program.

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    Posted · Analyzing the sliced ​​file in an analysis program such as Ansys

    You.. kinda cant.
    UltiMaker Cura is a slicer program not a CAD application.

    The true output of UltiMaker Cura that includes support structure and infill is only gcode which is only lines of code for the firmwares motion systems.. its not a model at all..

    You can find software that can render this into a 3d object on your computer.. but its not a model you can manipulate. its just a estimated rendering of the printing moves. 

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