- Why Spatial?
- Developer District
Automated machine manufacturers produce software-enabled machinery for tasks such as metal working, metal cutting, and robotics. For these companies, Spatial provides a proven foundation for specialized application development that optimize end-users’ specific work-flows, shortening the learning curve and increasing their productivity. Spatial’s robotics 3D software toolkits enable development resources within these manufacturers to maintain focus on core capabilities, rather than re-inventing basic 3D modeling infrastructure, data translation and exchange, and 3D visualization capabilities.
The following are examples of applications and the capabilities enabled through the use of Spatial software development toolkits:
geometry import, geometry query, manipulation and editing, visualization, simulation with collision detection, reverse kinematics, and path planning capabilities
geometry import, geometry modification for improved manufacturing, algorithms for path planning, feature identification, and removal capabilities
geometry and manufacturing information input, geometry query and manipulation for path planning, visualization and simulation with collision / clash detection
Software development toolkits (SDKs) are now used by almost every CAD/CAM vendor in one form or another. Popular applications included 3D geometric modeling, data translation, visualization, toolpath generation and simulation.
Why are SDKs so popular in the CAD/CAM industry? This white paper takes a look at SDK technology, the benefits and return on investment.