Denver, Colo., – Tata Technologies announced today the latest version of i CHECK IT®, its proprietary, industry-leading data quality and integrity analysis software application – 2010 R2.0.0 for Autodesk Inventor; featuring 14 new checks designed to further reduce design errors and ensure consistent design management.
“We continue to add new checks to i CHECK IT for Autodesk Inventor to help clients reduce errors and ensure consistent designs,” said Dan Miles, Tata Technologies Vice President – iPRODUCTS. “This results in direct costs savings through error-prevention and increased productivity.”
Miles also noted that Tata Technologies has developed an Autodesk Vault® integration for i CHECK IT that provides automated checking through the Autodesk Job Server feature. “This new automated checking process ensures that the required quality levels of any organization are always enforced,” he said.
i CHECK IT allows organizations to fully automate, customize and enforce design validation processes; resulting in the identification of issues earlier within the Digital Prototype stage.
Overall, there are more than 100 design checks within i CHECK IT. The 14 new checks available in 2010 R2.0.0 are:
- Save File in Isometric View
- End of Part Not Last in Tree
- Design Doctor Forbidden
- Parameter Not Nominal
- Fillet Feature Input Equals One
- Unused Work Feature Forbidden
- Material List Allowed
- Projected Loop Forbidden
- Sketch Visibility Forbidden
- Projected Cut Edges Forbidden
- Hidden Dimension Forbidden within Drawing
- Added Text to Drawing Dimension
- Field Text Equal within Drawing
- Black Drawing Sheet Forbidden
Release 2010 R2.0.0 is available for download from the Tata Technologies Web site. A 30-day free trial license is available.
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