Software supports CAD interoperability

Oct. 12, 2009
CADfix 8.0 tackles the ever-present problems of 3D model data exchange and re-use between different engineering applications.
CADfix 8.0 software lets users import CAD data, efficiently repair and adapt the model, and export it in the most suitable form for reuse downstream, eliminating expensive CAD model rework. Features include a Shrink Wrap STL Generator that generates watertight representations of parts and assemblies with the capability to suppress gaps and surface details smaller than user-controlled size. The software eliminates sliver faces and fixes sharp angles. It comes in a 64-Bit version for Windows and Linux. For more information

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