RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. - A technology preview of Parametric Exchange for Solidworks, a feature that enables seamless transfer of parametric models from Geomagic Studio to SolidWorks, is now available on Geomagic Labs at http://labs.geomagic.com/. Parametric Exchange for SolidWorks provides an intelligent connection between Geomagic Studio and SolidWorks to enable automatic native reconstruction of geometry from scan data.
Geomagic Labs is a community website that provides early access to new technologies, innovation and product concepts before they appear in commercial Geomagic software. Collaborative conversations opened up by Geomagic Labs will enable Geomagic to better understand user needs and tailor its products and solutions to meet those needs.
Parametric Exchange – currently available for SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor and Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire – is a new feature that reduces product development time by enabling seamless transfer of parametric surfaces, solids, datums and curves from Geomagic Studio software to major CAD packages.
Other technology previews and utilities available on Geomagic Labs include:
* GeoAutoMate – a utility that improves productivity by monitoring a directory, automatically loading input files into Geomagic Studio or Geomagic Qualify, and executing a user-defined macro.
* MakumDatum – a program that provides drag-and-drop automation for creating datum points in Geomagic Studio and Geomagic Qualify.
Geomagic (www.geomagic.com) simplifies digital shape sampling and processing (DSSP) for more than 8,000 professionals in industries such as automotive, aerospace, medical devices and consumer products. The company’s products and services are used to enable mass customization with the same efficiency and cost as mass production, improve dental care with individually designed devices, speed time to market for consumer products, automate inspection for better quality in dramatically less time, increase safety for NASA shuttle missions, and optimize design for everything from racing cars to blimps. Geomagic has headquarters in Research Triangle Park, N.C., subsidiaries in Europe and Asia, and distributors worldwide.
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