Novosibirsk, Russia – LEDAS Ltd., an independent provider of computational components and software development services for the CAD/PLM (Computer-Aided Design and Product Lifecycle Management) market, today announced it ported LGS, its variational geometric solver software, to Mac OS X. Licensed by the world leading software development companies in CAD, CAM and CAE, the LEDAS geometric solver is a powerful parametric engine for sketching, drawing, history-free 3D modeling, bottom-up assembly design, and kinematic simulation applications.
"We are pleased to offer our LGS software to satisfy increasing customer demand for parametric applications on Mac OS X,” said Dmitry Ushakov, Director of Product Management, LEDAS Ltd. "Being a traditional choice for design professionals, the Mac platform still lacks powerful parametric CAD solutions. LGS is LEDAS' first product for the Mac, and we have already started work on porting our Driving Dimensions plugin to this platform.”
Both products LGS 2D and 3D have been completely ported to Mac OS X, and tested on a base of 10,000 industrial parametric models. Sales and support of LGS 2D/3D for Mac OS X Mac OS X v10.4 and v10.5 are available immediately after issuing this press release, older versions can be supported on request. LEDAS does not plan to port its Lege’n’d demo applications to Mac OS X; however, before the end of Q2’2009 LEDAS will release a Mac version of its plugin Driving Dimensions for Google SketchUp. Mac users can download a free version of this plugin to evaluate the performance and robustness of LGS 3D.
LGS 2D/3D can be licensed by any CAD development company or by an individual developer on a flat annual fee basis with no per copy royalties. A free evaluation version is available. LEDAS has an affordable licensing policy for start-up companies.
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