CADfix

CAD translation, repair and simplification

CADfix is the leading software solution for CAD model translation, repair, healing, defeaturing and simplification.

CADfix tackles the ever-present problems of 3D model data exchange and re-use between different engineering applications, removing the barriers that prevent re-use of solid models in design, analysis and manufacturing systems.

The powerful set of CADfix geometry translation and repair tools allows users to maximize the re-use of CAD data in downstream CAD, CAM, and CAE applications.

CADfix removes barriers preventing the re-use of solid models. By providing an extensive set of geometry translation tools for importing, repairing and exporting data, CADfix maximizes the reuse of CAD data in downstream applications.

CADfix delivers breakthroughs in geometry processing, tackling some of the toughest 3D geometry issues affecting the industry.

CADfix is a product of ITI a Wipro Company.

 

CADfix

CAD translation, repair and simplification

CADfix

CADfix removes barriers preventing the re-use of solid models.

Main Benefits

   Import and export interfaces for most popular CAD formats, solid modeling kernels, and data exchange standards

  Advanced healing and repair engine to correct and repair geometric and topological flaws within the CAD model

  Batch, wizard, and diagnostic modes for automatic and interactive functionality

  Reduced complexity through de-featuring and simplification to prepare CAD models for analysis and other downstream applications

  A tool suite to handling model in Virtual Reality system (VR/AR/MR) or to integrate models of large equipment installations and component sub-systems


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Rocky DEM Helps PepsiCo Cut Costs with Virtual Product Testing

Simulations improve the accuracy of factory equipment set-up and help identify potential custom modifications in advance

More and more companies rely upon simulation tools to help develop high-quality products and reduce costs. PepsiCo, Inc. is using these simulation technologies to analyze and improve products and processes, such as material handling challenges.

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Structural optimization of a bridge beam section subjected to instability of equilibrium

CAE and numeric simulation guides engineers to an optimal design for structural safety at the lowest cost

This technical article describes how engineers tackled a design optimization challenge to ensure the structural integrity of a section of the beam of a typical steel bridge whose web of main beams was subject to instability.

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Improving a coffee capsule machine’s capacity and performance using multibody simulation

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