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Parasolid software gets new version

Posted: 06 Mar 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:geometric modelling  modelling technology  PLM 

Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Industry Automation Division, has released the latest version of its PLM 3D geometric modelling component software.

Parasolid V21 offers numerous modelling enhancements across a wide spectrum of functionality which together represent a significant step forward in modelling capability and productivity. These enhancements will benefit the independent software vendors who have licensed Parasolid modelling technology:

* Local operations – Several enhancements have been made to allow significantly more complex changes while performing local edits of geometry. For example, options have been added to automatically indicate desired behaviour when features such as holes and bosses interact as the result of a local editing operation.

* Enhanced surface creation – Sophisticated sheet and surface creation and manipulation capabilities have been extended. For example, users can perform sweep operations with enhanced control of rotation as well as with more complex configurations of guide curves. In addition, users can perform loft operations between profiles while twisting along a path.

* Application support – A new diagnostic mechanism has been added and the tools that help application developers track the creation, editing and deletion of entities have been further developed to provide more support for sophisticated undo and rollback algorithms.

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