Spatial Announces Release 2018 1.0 of 3D Modeling SDKs
Phillip Keane posted on August 09, 2017 |

Spatial Corp, the leading provider of 3D software development kits (SDKs) for CAE applications has announced the availability of Release 2018.1.0 of its 3D modelling SDKs. The Dassault Systèmes subsidiary promises enhancements to analysis workflows and new capabilities for additive manufacturing and other 3D solutions that can form hybrid modeling capabilities—all of which are aimed at boosting productivity and usability of the software over a range of industries, including additive manufacturing, aerospace and building information modeling (BIM).

HOOPS Visualize in a nutshell

The new release will cover a range of toolkits, including 3D ACIS Modeler, CGM Polyhedra, HOOPS Visualize and CGM Core Modeler.

“When planning our product releases, we work closely with our customers to identify industry trends and deliver technological solutions they need to stay above their competition and achieve faster time to market,” said Linda Lokay, general manager, Spatial Corp. “Spatial takes our strategic customer partnerships seriously. We focus on delivering market-leading technology that is industrialized, high-performing and feature-rich, ensuring customer success.”

AM metal part created with the aid of Spatial SDKs. (Image courtesy of Renishaw Quantam.)
AM metal part created with the aid of Spatial SDKs. (Image courtesy of Renishaw Quantam.)

The updated CGM Core Modeler toolkit provides improvements to the analysis and simulation segments, 3D ACIS Modeler includes improved reliability and new remove faces algorithms, CGM Polyhedra benefits from enhanced hybrid modeling capabilities, and HOOPS Visualize provides faster renderings and expanded point cloud support.

If you want to follow the most recent developments from Spatial Corp, you can follow the company at the Spatial blog right here.

And also, if, like me, you are a Dassault Systèmes product user but have absolutely no idea how a Spatial SDK works, then you can get download a free e-book that will give you the lowdown on the Spatial range of toolkits at this link.

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