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Molecular visualization is a key aspect of the analysis and communication of modeling studies. If you need a commercial-grade graphics visualization tool for viewing, sharing, and analyzing protein and modeling data, complete the form below to receive the free Discovery Studio Visualizer for interactive 3D visualization.
STM32CubeIDE also includes standard and advanced debugging features including views of CPU core registers, memories, and peripheral registers, as well as live variable watch, Serial Wire Viewer interface, or fault analyzer.
Take your data analysis to the next level with OriginPro. In addition to all of Origin's features, OriginPro offers advanced analysis tools and Apps for Peak Fitting, Surface Fitting, Statistics and Signal Processing. Features specific to OriginPro are marked with the PRO icon in this page. Visit the Origin v.s. OriginPro page to view a comparison table.
This is a preview graph for performing peak integration using the Peak Analyzer tool. The integration range can be applied for all peaks, or modified individually and interactively for each peak.
The IIR Filter tool in OriginPro can be used to design, analyze, and implement Infinite Impulse Response digital filters. Filter methods include Butterworth, Chebyshev Type I and II, and Elliptic filters. A preview panel is provided to enable real-time visualization of specified parameters and corresponding results.
The dockable Project Explorer window lets you organize the contents of your Origin project with a flexible user-defined folder structure. Simply drag-and-drop windows and subfolders to rearrange. Right-click on one or more graphs and choose Add Shortcut to Favorites and collect shortcuts in a Favorites folder, allowing for efficient presentation and/or export of select graphs. Choose Project Explorer's extra large icons view for graphs, for easy identification.
Origin Project files(OPJU) viewed in Windows Explorer. Middle panel shows large icons with image of last visited graph when project was saved. Right side panel shows larger image of graphs with vertical scroll bar to view all graphs contained in the project.
Matrix book in Origin. Image Thumbnails Panel is turned on on the top to for quick preview of data. There are 3 matrix objects in current sheet, where the 3rd matrix is a subtraction of first two matrix objects. XY values of matrix show in column and row headers instead of column and row indices.
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In order to create a toolpath that wraps around multiple times, one can create a long vector at a certain angle. Such a vector is an equivalent to the strip of fabric when it is unwrapped from the roll.
The software has a comprehensive set of drawing tools to let you easily create vectors from scratch or add to imported data. These include options for creating standard shapes (circle, elipse, rectangle, polygon and star) along with line, curve and arc drawing tools. There is also a powerful tool to create vector textures for panels and backgrounds. These tools can be controlled using typed input to create exact sized objects or can be used dynamically with the mouse to sketch your artwork. The tools also take advantage of the 'snapping' to let you use points on existing objects to 'snap' onto when you are drawing vectors.
This allows you to add more precision to your shape creation and editing process more easily by allowing typed values while creating geometry. This is supported for creation of circles, ellipses, rectangles, polygons, stars, polylines and when in editing nodes or transforming vectors.
The create shape modeling function instantly adds 3D shape to a closed vector outline based on either a curved, angular, concave, smooth, planar (flat) or custom profiles that you can create from a vector, allowing for an unlimited set of profile options. These shapes can be controlled by adjusting angle and height values.
When importing 3rd party 3D models you have the ability to segment the model into parts for assembly to help minimize the loss of detail (undercuts) that can occur upon import. You can interactively segment a model all from within the 3D view where you can control the position and angle of the segment plane. The parts can be easily visualized individually and in a layout format so you can view how the models will be imported as a relief prior to import.
The software has a tool to Z-slice a part to create separate models if your CNC size, tooling or material limits the depth of part you can cut. Where you are able to choose the thickness of individual slices, where they can be tweaked and visualised in the 3D view to give you maximum control of how your model is sliced for machining. This helps to ensure that there are no thin slices that can be problematic from a machine and assembly point of view.
Many of the vector editing tools which can be used on 2D data in Aspire can also be used to edit 3D components. Shapes can be easily scaled, moved, mirrored, distorted, grouped, trimmed and cropped. Aspire also allows you to smooth a 3D object or to add draft which creates angled walls on the part (good for vacuum forms). Other features include, the emboss tool to reduce the height of a model whilst preserving important surface detail, replace below, allowing you to trim (or flatten) the bottom of a component or multiple components and many others.
Many of the dynamic component editing tools can be accessed directly from the 3D view. This allows 3D objects to be moved, scaled and rotated. In addition how they combine with other shapes can be adjusted along with their height and even adding a tilt or fade.
The clipart tab also allows you to access the online clipart that comes free with the software, where the clipart can be downloaded directly from the running software (providing you have internet access). The software comes with previews of the clipart you're entitled to, and with internet access you can download the clipart straight into the software for ease of use.
Whether you are drilling a single hole or hundreds, just select the vectors representing the holes and the software will drill the center of each vector to the specified depth. The grouping feature makes it easy to associate all vectors for a particular toolpath strategy together so only one needs to be selected. The tool database includes a dedicated drill tool type so that the true tool geometry can be seen in the toolpath previews.
V-Carving uses a constant angled cutter that's moved at flowing variable depth to create a 3D carved effect on the job, similar to the way a craftsman would work by hand. The software automatically calculates a path defined by the combination of the angle of the tool specified and the width and shape of the vectors being machined.
The Moulding Toolpath has some clever options to further improve finish and efficiency. For the "Finish" tool you can opt to "Vary Stepover", this can be used to improve finish on shapes that have a lot of steep angles or curves on the cross-section. For the "Rough" tool you can choose to have it pre-finish any flat (horizontal) regions on the cross section, which are common on a lot of Moulding shapes. Using this option also allows you to avoid creating a "Finish" toolpath in those flat areas further increasing time-savings when machining.
There are two toolpaths which are typically used to machine the 3D parts of a job. The areas that these toolpaths cut is governed by selecting one of the three machining limit boundary options, model boundary, material boundary or selected vector(s). Model boundary will use the outer silhouette of the composite model (all the 3D components visible in the 3D View) at the time of calculation. This means there is no need to create a vector boundary around them for these operations. Material boundary will create a toolpath that completely fills the entire job area. Selected vector(s) will use any vectors you have selected in the 2D view as the boundary for the toolpath.
One of the most important productivity tools available in the software is the realistic 3D toolpath preview support. The results of each individual or the combination of all the toolpaths can be previewed cutting into a 3D preview model. This means that whether your job is a simple toolpath with one tool, or created from a complex combination of tools and strategies at different levels you can be sure that when the job is cut, it is right first time.
As well as showing that the toolpaths are correct, the high quality rendering and ability to use real world material textures and fill colors, and even preview lithophanes, is a valuable sales tool. Using the simulation you can create customer proofs and evaluate design options without actually having to cut anything!
If there is no Composite Model (3D Components) visible in the 3D View then Aspire will retain visibility of the Preview Simulation block in the 3D View when the Preview form is closed. This makes it easier when working on a job that only has vectors with 2D and 2.5D toolpaths in it as you maintain the ability to see the result of the toolpaths while accessing other functions.
Wrapped Rotary Axis Toolpath postprocessing allows all toolpaths created in the software to be saved and run on CNC machines fitted with rotary axis or rotary indexer setups. These setup functions also allow you to specify your rotary part setup and view the wrapped results in the 3D view. This function can be used for designing and cutting projects such as fluted columns and barley twists or engraving text onto round projects. Note: This functionality wraps standard 3 axis toolpaths around a cylindrical axis, substituting one of the linear axis to drive the rotation of the block of material while it is being cut. 2b1af7f3a8