Online Mesh Generator with R Systems and Xplicit Computing 2019-04-18T03:00:26-05:00

Online Mesh Generator with R Systems and Xplicit Computing

An Excellent Mesh Can Transform Your Process!

Automatically create high-quality volumetric tetrahedral meshes for FEA & CFD with only a few clicks! It’s powerful, robust, and satisfying!

Export to GMSH, CSV, STL, or Paraview.

Implicit meshing process on the infamous Stanford bunny: a) Shape is defined by surfaces used to solve signed distance field (SDF) background. b) Nodes are injected and equalized. c) Triangulation updates topology with over-wrapped mesh. d) Elements are evaluated and cleaned while surfaces are unwrapped. e) Original mesh superimposed over new mesh to visualize spatial deviation. f) final mesh is highly locally-isotropic, with effective volume utilization for high conformance.

Leverage massive parallelization for compute and render, enabling real-time results! Share, reuse, and build upon your systems and algorithms with multi-fidelity simulation! Custom size functions define relative sizes between surface and interior cells. Adaptive and refinement algorithms can be defined …

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How It Works

  1. Upload your STL file to start the process. Your file will be quickly scanned for size, etc.
  2. Specify the desired number of nodes, the level of detail, and refinement parameters.
  3. A processing time estimate will be generated, providing you an immediate price quote.
  4. Submit your job. Shape is reinterpreted and nodes are injected to interior or exterior regions.
  5. Elements are successively equalized and triangulated, yielding highly-computable tetrahedral meshes.


  • Complex or irregular domains such as triply-periodic structures for additive manufacture.
  • Efficient unstructured volume utilization while maintaining high element quality.
  • Fast unimodal element quality distributions in seconds or minutes.
  • Self-healing SDF; watertight not required!


  • Proportionally-thin components with small wall thickness require increased background resolution, less efficient utilization.
  • Currently quasi-isotropic tets only. Prism layers and hexcore coming soon.