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Marking the expansion of 3D modeling software to all engineers



  • Customer Success Story: Cadventures

    This is part 3 of a series we're doing on customer success stories. The first and second posts are already available.


    "SpaceClaim is a 'no-brainer'. This is the software to keep. The relative low cost of the software and the low cost of maintenance is a big help to small business people like me. Knowing there are real people that care just an email or phone call away is very assuring.” - Curt Long, CAD detailer


               


    Cadventures Finds Quick and Easy 3D Model Editing is no Pipe Dream With SpaceClaim

    Curt Long, a CAD ...

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  • SneakPeak SpaceClaim 2016

    Since 2007, our mission has been to develop 3D modeling software that empowers our users with the flexibility and speed they need to work with 3D models without worrying about the underlying technology. SpaceClaim 2016 is just around the corner and is a great example of how we continue to adhere to our mission 8 years later.

    We are very excited about the next release as it includes some great new features like this Surface Skinning Tool that makes it extremely easy to reverse engineer complex geometry:


    And this new Shrinkwrap Tool for 3D printing that allows users to ensure ...

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  • Design Customer Success Story: Sandvik Coromant

    This is part 2 of a series we're doing on customer success stories. You can find the first post here.

    3D Modeling System as a Data Hub for Concept Development


    As the global leader in the development and production of tools for machining, Sandvik Coromant doesn’t just support its clients with standard products. For the development of concepts for highly productive special tools which bundle extensive production know-how, employees use the 3D modeling software ANSYS SpaceClaim. This system enables users to easily import third party data, rapidly build tools and devices and visualize results convincingly. 

    Sandvik Coromant develops diff erent tools for turning, milling, boring, reaming as well as ...

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  • 3D Printing Customer Success Story: FORMRISE GmbH

    Over the next couple of weeks, we will be sharing with you some of our more recent customer success stories. The first one is below.


     "Compared to classic CAD, this represents a huge advantage."


    Rapid option for 3D printing: Laser sintering on the EOS P110 Laser sinter machine - high stability and quality


    With its comprehensive know-how about the new technology of laser sintering, FORMRISE GmbH in Germany is one of the few suppliers already producing small-scale series of technical parts for numerous branches of the industry. The 3D modeling system SpaceClaim has proven itself to be the perfect tool ...

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  • Guest Blog: The Harmonic Resonance That Facilitates Innovation

    Peter Norlindh is the Partner Alliances Executive (CAD / CAE) at Algoryx Simulation. Algoryx is a partner of ANSYS SpaceClaim. Their product, Dynamics for SpaceClaim, is available as an add-on to ANSYS SpaceClaim


    Some years ago, I applied for a job at a major engineering company. I phoned the head of engineering and began to promote myself as being Creative and Analytical. Upon which he replied: "I recently took a management training course which included a segment on personality traits. Apparently, a single person cannot exhibit both Creative and Analytical abilities. Those qualities are mutually exclusive. So, I can't ...

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  • New Five For Frank!

    We've made another Five For Frank video.

    Thanks again for all your questions. Keep them coming! Below are the questions Frank answers in this version of Five For Frank:

    • Why does Pull tool do so much?
    • Why did Frank get into 3D modeling software?
    • Why do IGES files import terribly?
    • Why can't have feature based and direct modeling in same system?
    • Are we still working on core SC after the acquisition of ANSYS?

    If you are interested in sending us questions for a future Five for Frank, you have a few options: email 5forfrank@spaceclaim.com; or use the hashtag #5forfrank ...

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