- Why Spatial?
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3D-Tool sought a way to expand the 3D-Tool Viewer functionality to native CAD formats such as CATIA V5 and Pro/E, enabling users to view native CAD fi les without the need of conversion. This capability would enable users to translate native CAD files to a file format supported by their CAD program. It was imperative to accomplish this without making it cost prohibitive to its customers.
From a business perspective, partnering with Spatial provides Biesse with fixed, predictable cost along with a set schedule for deployment. Moreover, by integrating 3D InterOp rather than developing an in-house solution greatly reduces the burden on the engineering team, allowing them to focus on Biesse’s core competencies.
CST needed a 3D modeling kernel for its electromagnetic simulation software. By integrating Spatial technology into CST STUDIO SUITE, CST focused on its core competence of numerical simulation technology development.
FVA's solutions serve the entire driveline industry (automotive, industrial, aviation, marine, rail, and wind) with software capable of highly sophisticated and detailed simulation of the system behavior of virtual gearboxes and detailed analysis of individual driveline/gearbox components.
While .STL files have historically been the standard used by the industry, it is well known that this format can causes issues, typically with broken STLs that need healing, or with low triangle density impacting print quality. A far better approach is to work on the original native geometry, preserving the original design intent of the model. By integrating Spatial SDKs into QuantAM 2017, Renisahw will continue to enable users to build part right the first time.
A new product needed to go to market quickly to generate revenue, however the company lacked time and resources to develop its own 3D geometry kernel. Virtual Motion integrated the 3D ACIS modeling engine and leveraged AGM and HOOPS to accelerate DAFUL software development.
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