CDS Constraint Design Solver
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CDS - Constraint Design Solver

Spatial offers technology-leading and fully-variational constraint solver solutions for a wide-range of design and engineering applications. CDS is intended for typical design applications such as 2D sketching and 2D/3D assembly layout. This technology is used extensively for solutions in the automotive, aerospace and defense industries.

CDS Enables:

  • Interactive drafting of 2D profiles and quick iteration through sketches and part designs based on these profiles
  • Placement of individual 2D and 3D parts into more complex assemblies and mechanisms

Key Features of CDS:

  • Combined 2D/3D integrated solver in one component
  • Comprehensive built-in geometry objects plus dimensional and logical constraints
  • User-defined expressions to extend built-in constraint types
  • Update, interactive dragging and simulation solver modes
  • Advanced solver modes including auto-constraining, determination of constrained and unconstrained degrees-of-freedom, and options such as chirality (e.g., maintenance of design 'intent')
  • Clear C++ interfaces to ease implementation and lower maintenance costs
  • Diagnostic tools like scripting and replay to aid debugging and fast resolution of any problem in applying system constraints

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