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WriteSTL Custom Function

Full list of worksheets   WriteSTL allows Mathcad users to create 3D models mathematically using PTC Mathcad then save them as STL files, perfectly suited for incorporation to CAD assemblies.   Along with the README, the WriteSTL.zip file contains two worksheets, showing 2 different matrix styles possible to generate 3D models. WriteSTL takes an array of triangle vertices. The included PTC Mathcad worksheets demonstrate inline routines to convert each matrix type to triangle vertices arrays.   Also included is the WriteSTL Custom Function compiled and linked for the Windows 7 64-bit platform. The MS Visual Studio project with source is included for anyone needing to build for different Windows Platforms. Microsoft has a free, Express version of Microsoft Visual Studio customers are using to successfully build PTC Mathcad Custom Functions.
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In Mathcad Prime 2.0, cannot find the command: Hide Keywords, Hide left-hand side

In Mathcad 15.0, we can use the command "Hide Keywords", "Hide left-hand side" and "View Evaluation As > Default, Right shaft, Equal sign" with RMB.But in Mathcad Prime 2.0 we cannot find them again.
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Got a great Mathcad story to share? Interested in showcasing your Mathcad chops? Consider this to be your official invitation to present your expertise to your peers. We have select opportunities for presenters – we’re looking for Mathcad Champions – for a variety of slots. New Mathcad
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MathCAD 15.0: Polar plot display abnormally when setting the line trace type to full line or dashed line.

Create 2 polar plot for the functions cos(x), cos(x)^(-1) and cos(x)^(-2). Set the line trace style to full line, the result plot for the cos(x)^(-2) is invalid, other line trace valid.
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How to set the third and fourth arguments of root function?

Hi Expert,Here is a piecewise continuos function. I can get the two root by root function. But the third root with an error "The function values on the end points must be of opposite signs." How can I set he third and fourth arguments of root function?
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Mathcad Sample Worksheet: Render Engine Analysis

This is a sample worksheet created by Tom Marshall who we had interviewed for our "Meet the Mathcad Users" series of articles on the Mathcad Blog.We asked him:Can you share a sample worksheet with us?"I am tempted to provide a fancy complex worksheet that would be impressive
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Mathcad A-Z: L is for Labels

Labels what you might ask?Labels are a new feature in Mathad Prime 1.0 that allow you to assign different meanings to the same character. A label is a way of designating a math type such as variables, constants and units. A label allows you to format all units, say to a certain look.We
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These are the winning worksheets from our "Horseback riding with Mathcad" contest that we had run on the Mathcad blog in May/June 2011.To recap, the problem was:An army 40 miles long advances 40 miles while a messenger on horseback rides from the rear of the column to the
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Hello everyone,Me and some of my marketing colleagues have been thinking about new ways of doing marketing – but using the tools we already have at hand and many of you are also using today.We want to do something beyond sending you offers by email and we thought there also should
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These are the winning worksheets from our "Fly swatting with Mathcad" contest that we had run on the Mathcad blog in March/April 2011.To recap, the problem was:A fly is sitting at a distance of h from a man with a fly swatter. At time t=0 the fly is pursued by the man
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I stumbled upon some math today…

Hello everyone,I would like to draw your attention to an article I posted on the Mathcad blog today. It's a short, interview-style case study I did with a Mathcad user. I am looking to do more of these stories, so if you think you have something interesting to share with your
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Calculation of Beam Shear and Punching Shear Strength

This Mathcad worksheet was submitted by Eva Landsoght (NL) who is currently writing her Ph.D. thesis at Delft University of Technology.The worksheet was created in Mathcad 14.0 and shows a calculation of beam shear and punching shear strength of a concrete slab according to Eurocode
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