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Feature Recognition Library version 15.5 released Print E-mail
Written by Arjun   
Thursday, 10 May 2007
Mumbai :  Geometric Software Solutions, dealing in product lifecycle management (PLM) services and technologies, has released Feature Recognition Library version 15.5 with new enhancements in milling, turning and sheet metal capabilities.

 These enhancements include : milling and drilling -- support for C-axis feature recognition; sheet metal feature recognition -- unfolding conical shaped tubes and tubes with split faces; turning (axi-symmetric) -- performance enhancement of feature recognition; machining optimization -- improved recognition of intersecting features that can be machined from the same starting level; and also 64-bit support.

 Feature Recognition technology from Geometric enables intelligent extraction of valuable data from the CAD models, reuse of existing CAD information, and analysis and automation of manufacturing process; thereby resulting in an overall improvement in productivity. Feature Recognition finds application in data translation, design for manufacturability (DFM), finite element analysis (FEA), machining, process planning and cost estimation. Essentially Feature Recognition creates smart information out of dumb solid models for use in downstream applications.
 Feature Recognition library is available on ParaSolid v17, ACIS v15, v16 geometry kernels and SolidWorks 2006/2007. It can also be ported over other modellers and proprietary geometry kernels on demand.

 The evaluation version is available for download from the company website.
 
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