GEOMATE Company today released GrafiCalc Standard 2010 software that enables users to conceptualize, optimize, and validate critical engineering parameters before committing to the final design.
When geometry and mathematical issues in a design challenge are inseparable, GrafiCalc Standard 2010 delivers the optimal solution in less time than any other known method. This is possible because GrafiCalc Standard 2010 combines the disciplines of parametric sketching, automated engineering calculations, and automated geometry backsolving in a single application that enables users to solve design challenges while making informed decisions.
Whether users wish to perform "what-if" analysis of new product concepts or evaluate multi-faceted design challenges up-front at the system level, GrafiCalc Standard 2010 provides real-time engineering decision-support information and optimal solutions. With GrafiCalc Standard 2010 users can reduce design time and costs while improving their chances of developing products that work as expected the very first time.
GrafiCalc Standard 2010 is priced to justify itself as an indispensable tool on every engineers desktop and can be used standalone and in conjunction with Microsoft Office and all popular CAD applications on any PC running Vista or Windows (32 and 64 bit).
Price: $229. Price includes 2 perpetual licenses, work and home, for 1 user plus free on-line training, maintenance, and support.
Nov 23, 2009
- Tire maker Michelin develops FEA post-processing tools using MeshViz XLM and Open Inventor® by VSG
- FARO and Autodesk Collaborate to Add Support for Point Cloud Data to AutoCAD 2011
- Delcam presented with sixth Queen's Award
- Spatial Announces Registration Open for 3D Insiders' Summit 2011
- Official Thinkdesign 2011 Beta version Entering into the Build Phase - Ready for Imminent Release
- MSC Software and Sigmadyne Announce New Capabilities for Optimization of Optical Systems
- Materialise Innovation Forum Major Success
- COMET robot machining consortium meets at Fraunhofer
- Autodesk Acquires T-Splines Modeling Technology Assets
- Two Indian SolidWorks resellers add Sescoi's WorkNC to their portfolio