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Wednesday, 28 November 2012 12:22

SpaceClaim GrabCAD Challenge Winners Announced

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SpaceClaim and GrabCAD today announced the winners of the SpaceClaim GrabCAD Challenge. For entries, we asked participants to start with GrabCAD’s collection of models or models from other sources to improve someone else’s design using SpaceClaim Engineer.

First Place - Flaviano Crespi combined many models from the GrabCAD site to create a new automobile concept based on hang glider aerodynamics. The judges deemed this entry to be original and have a high level of detail and modeling complexity. The resulting “formula-mix” design is a good example of how easily new designs can be created from disparate concepts, explored, and evaluated using SpaceClaim. Flaviano is the winner of $3,000 plus a perpetual license of SpaceClaim Engineer.

“SpaceClaim is fantastic,” said Mr. Crespi, “and it was fun to use and I did all this work with no training or technical assistance because SpaceClaim is so intuitive to use. This work would have taken me four times longer using any of the traditional CAD packages. I highly recommend SpaceClaim to anyone who needs to design a complex device quickly,” he added.

Second Place - Victor Terán created a portable pullover rain guard for use when biking in an unexpected rain storm. By re-using supporting models (bike parts, human figure, plus models created with other modeling tools) along with SpaceClaim’s direct editing and creation capabilities, Victor was able to quickly illustrate his original concept. The judges liked his use of SpaceClaim as an early 3D prototyping tool that helped turn his initial concept sketches into 3D models and renderings. Victor is the winner of $2,000 plus a perpetual license of SpaceClaim Engineer.

Third Place - Ismail H. Sanliturk submitted a design for a modified RepRap DIY 3D printer. RepRap printers are designed to be able to print most of their own components. Without access to a 3D printer, however, Ismail wanted to redesign the RepRap so that it could be easily created on a 3-axis milling machine. SpaceClaim made this task easy as it afforded Ismail the flexibility to precisely measure and change any element of the design. The judges especially appreciated his use of SpaceClaim’s drawing capabilities to document the resulting design. Ismail is the winner of $1,000 plus a perpetual license of SpaceClaim Engineer.

“All of us at SpaceClaim congratulate the winners and all of the entrants,” said Chris Randles, SpaceClaim President and CEO. “It clearly demonstrates how SpaceClaim makes it easy to reuse a wide variety of existing CAD data to create new concepts.  These results mirror what our customers do every day: innovate by creating new products that are directly derived from existing work, without remodeling.

Many of these entrants have no prior experience with our product, a further proof-point of SpaceClaim’s unparalleled ease of learning and ease of use.”

For more information, visit: www.grabcad.com/challenges/spaceclaim-challenge/entries

Tuesday, 27 November 2012 11:35

SpaceClaim Signs an OEM Agreement with Geomagic

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SpaceClaim today announced an OEM agreement with Geomagic® to deliver the first-ever product for designing 3D parts directly from 3D scan data. The resultant product, Geomagic Spark™, is being announced at the EuroMold 2012 Exhibition.

Geomagic Spark enters the market as the only 3D tool that combines scan capture tools, robust 3D point and mesh editing capabilities, comprehensive CAD design and assembly modeling, and 2D drawing creation in one complete application. It was created through the use of the SpaceClaim API (Application Program Interface) which allowed Geomagic’s advanced point and mesh processing tools to be integrated into SpaceClaim’s 3D direct modeling environment. Designers can simply scan directly into Geomagic Spark or load an existing point cloud or polygon model. From there, they choose from a wide range of automated tools to create or improve a polygon mesh, such as sampling, reducing noise, point to mesh wrapping, and repairing holes. Once the mesh is prepared, users simply transfer the mesh to the design window with a single mouse click.

“The business acumen of SpaceClaim has enabled a ground-breaking new product to become real,” said Tom Kurke, President and COO, Geomagic. “As SpaceClaim’s partner, we enjoy a great working relationship with them, and appreciate their responsiveness to our technical and business needs. SpaceClaim’s strong development code and superb technical support only adds positively to the entire experience of developing a significant new product such as Geomagic Spark.”

The partnership agreement was completed just nine months ago, after the original ‘Go to SpaceClaim’ function in Geomagic Studio 2012 was released last year. After this successful initial development process, customer demand for a more integrated version of both 3D scan and direct modeling functionality encouraged the two teams to look at a closer relationship. The companies have agreed to a multi-year agreement where SpaceClaim is embedded into the new Geomagic Spark product.

“Geomagic Spark, the seamless fusion of Geomagic and SpaceClaim technology, is a product that ushers in a completely new way to scan and design parts in 3D,” said Chris Randles, President and CEO, SpaceClaim. “The fact that this exciting and revolutionary new product was completed in such a short time is testament to how well both companies collaborated to bring together their respective technologies, share ideas, and create exciting new capabilities. We look forward to continuing to work with Geomagic, as Spark wins new customers and introduces them to SpaceClaim’s unique and innovative 3D direct modeling environment.”

Geomagic Spark will be available at the end of January 2013. Selected users will perform beta trials in due course and after its release in January 2013, free trials of Geomagic Spark will be available.

Geomagic will be presenting Geomagic Spark at Euromold 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany, November 27-30, 2012. SpaceClaim will also be exhibiting at Euromold in Hall 11, Stand E49.

For more information, visit: www.geomagic.com/en/products/spark/overview

Before creating toolpaths in CAM, it’s best to get the geometry right.  SpaceClaim is the best tool to open, correct, and update CAD parts prior to CNC programming.

In this webinar, we’ll show you how SpaceClaim:

  • Is a powerful geometry editor designed for machinists
  • Can open and edit models from any CAD system
  • Fixes dirty geometry that can cause errors in CAM
  • Makes fixtures and other tooling in a fraction of the time of CAD
  • Is affordable, easy to learn, and easy to use
  • Can reduce the time you lose in CAD by more than 50%

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: www1.gotomeeting.com/register/541585769

Wednesday, 10 October 2012 09:30

SpaceClaim Announces SpaceClaim Engineer 2012+

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SpaceClaim announced the immediate availability of SpaceClaim Engineer 2012+. This release introduces significant new capabilities for manufacturing, simulation, concept development, and mesh remodeling. These enhancements will help all engineers work more effectively in 3D, without the high cost and complexity of traditional CAD.
    
SpaceClaim has revolutionized modern mechanical design by providing an easy-to-use and affordable way for engineers and product teams to create, modify, repair, and enhance 3D CAD geometry, without compromising existing processes and methods. SpaceClaim users can leverage existing 2D and 3D designs, including customer and supplier models, analysis and simulation results, mesh and STL data, and surface models, along with PMI and tolerance data, in all their work.
    
SpaceClaim adds value to existing CAD and PLM infrastructure while removing the waste and rework caused by incompatible file formats. In stark contrast to overpriced and inefficient history-based solid modelers, SpaceClaim works with foreign CAD data as easily as it does its own. It directly opens and edits all leading 2D and 3D CAD file formats as well as neutral file formats, such as JT (with PMI), STEP, and 3D PDF.   

SpaceClaim Engineer 2012+  enables small and large manufacturers competing in a global market to get parts out the door faster, finish projects on budget and ahead of schedule, and win more business. SpaceClaim makes it easy for companies specializing in CNC machining, tool and fixture design, injection molding, sheet metal, and production automation to communicate more efficiently with their customers, focus on value-added work, and increase production rates.

New capabilities in SpaceClaim 2012+ include:

  • Numerous enhancements for manufacturing workflows, including connections to Mastercam and Esprit, new annotation types like weld symbols and semantic datums, machinist-friendly measuring and positioning, broken and broken out section views, and advanced sheet metal capabilities such as formed bends.
  • New tools to work with mesh and STL data, such as the ability to compare a mesh to a solid, improved section curve fitting, plane and cylinder fitting, mesh splitting, and improved selection and coloring.
  • Major improvements to core modeling, including significant performance improvements, radial move, curve filling, structure search, section properties, and XYZ-based move.  
  • SpaceClaim 2012+ is certified for Windows 8.
  • New language support for Polish, Czech, and Portuguese, bringing the total number of languages supported by SpaceClaim to 12, including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, as well as Traditional and Simplified Chinese.
  • The production release of version 10 of the SpaceClaim API, including mesh support, animation handlers, custom window support, the ability to replace panels, asynchronous threading to update custom objects in the background, and the ability to add custom items to the structure tree.
  • As previously announced, built-in, free PDM using Microsoft SharePoint.
  • Go to the What's New page for a review of all the enhancements found in this release plus videos that showcase the new features.

In addition to appealing to a wider range of end-users with this release, SpaceClaim is continuing to expand its partner and OEM channels. SpaceClaim’s direct modeling technology better serves independent software vendors, as its technology is easily adapted to specialized and proprietary tools and processes. In addition, SpaceClaim’s modern and extensive API makes it the most flexible 3D platform for third-party customization, and the fastest route to market for ISVs. New Solution Partners include fluid simulation experts Simerics, EDM provider First Trace, and 2D drafting provider SofTech. AMC Bridge is a new Software Development Partner offering services to develop SpaceClaim customizations for end-user customers and partners.

For more information, visit: www.spaceclaim.com/en/Products/Engineer.aspx

Monday, 01 October 2012 10:20

The SpaceClaim-GrabCAD Challenge

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How many great ideas have you had that are based off existing designs? Whether merging two ideas together like putting a camera in your phone, modifying a single design like combining a fork and spoon to get a spork, or combining a bicycle and a lawn mower to get a riding lawn mower, SpaceClaim can just as easily modify existing models, or merge different files types created in any other system, resulting in a brand new design.

Take part in this contest by using SpaceClaim Engineer combined with GrabCAD's incredible collection of models or models from other sources to improve someone else's design, or extend your own previous designs. Use SpaceClaim's direct editing tools to split and recombine the designs, modify existing geometry, and make your ideas come alive.

Entries will be judged based on the quality of the new concept generated. High quality designs will make strong use of existing models but also add in a creative, artistic, or functional way. Send us both the initial model(s), and the final concept so it is clear what value you have added to the design.

Finished models should be uploaded to participants GrabCAD accounts and tagged SpaceClaimGrabCADChallenge.

Challenge Period: Oct 1 to Oct 31, 2012

Awards:

  • 1st Prize: $3,000 cash + SpaceClaim full perpetual license
  • 2nd Prize: $2,000 cash + SpaceClaim full perpetual license
  • 3rd Prize: $1,000 cash + SpaceClaim full perpetual license
  • 4th Prize: GrabCAD and SpaceClaim T shirts
  • 5th Prize: GrabCAD and SpaceClaim T shirts
  • 6th Prize: GrabCAD and SpaceClaim T shirts

For more information, visit: www.grabcad.com/challenges/spaceclaim-challenge

Friday, 07 September 2012 09:43

SpaceClaim Webinar: 3D for the Lazy Engineer

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For ages, engineers have been fending off accusations of laziness. Of course, the best engineers know that overdesign is wasteful, and the optimal result comes from designing to the right tolerance. What is often falsely perceived as laziness can actually be good engineering.

Not only is this "lazy" philosophy important with the products we make, it's also important with our processes. One of the worst contributors of waste is overdesigning the CAD models and remodeling data that already exists. The promise of "data reuse" sounds great, but never seems to work out in the end. The heavy-duty history-based CAD systems are notorious for requiring massive amounts of rework.

SpaceClaim lets you be a smart engineer by being a lazy engineer. It works with all sorts of 2D and 3D data to create new geometry without the waste.

In this webinar, we'll show you how to:

  • Reuse data from any 2D or 3D content website, including TraceParts, TurboSquid, McMaster Carr, the SketchUp 3D Warehouse, and SolidWorks 3D Content Central
  • Clean up dirty geometry
  • Convert STL to solids and surfaces
  • Add custom driving parameters to imported data
  • Create beautiful drawings and proposals

SpaceClaim users report:

  • At least 50% time savings
  • 3-5X improvement in time to get to the right engineering answers

Thursday, September 13th
11:30am EDT

For more information or to register, visit: p.spaceclaim.com/lazyengineer

3D printers provide an amazing opportunity to communicate and sell ideas with physical prototypes, but they aren’t very useful if your data is in 2D.  SpaceClaim offers the fastest way to convert 2D drawings and graphics to precise 3D solids.

In this webinar, we’ll show you how to:

  • Open common 2D file formats like DXF, DWG, bitmaps, and IGES
  • Repair dirty 2D geometry, converting it into precise, connected lines, arcs, and simplified splines
  • Pull 2D regions into accurate 3D solids
  • Save STL and VRML files at the right resolution for your or your service bureau’s 3D printer

Most customers find that the SpaceClaim 2D to 3D process is more than twice as fast as heavy-duty CAD.

Tuesday, August 28th
11:30am EDT

We hope you'll join us!

For more information or to register, visit: p.spaceclaim.com/2dto3dprintedpart

Before creating toolpaths in MasterCAM, it's best to get the geometry right. SpaceClaim, now directly integrated with MasterCAM, is the best tool to open, correct, and update CAD parts prior to CNC programming.

In this webinar, we'll show you how SpaceClaim:

  • Is a powerful geometry editor designed for machinists
  • Can open and edit models from any CAD system
  • Fixes dirty geometry that can cause errors in CAM
  • Makes fixtures and other tooling in a fraction of the time of CAD
  • Is affordable, easy to learn, and easy to use
  • Can reduce the time you lose in CAD by more than 50%

Thursday, August 16th
11:30am – 12:00pm (EDT)

For more information or to register, visit: p.spaceclaim.com/mastercamwebinar

SpaceClaim, the leader in easy and accessible 3D CAD for engineering, mechanical design, and manufacturing, announced today the immediate availability of SpaceClaim Data Management for SharePoint, an easy to deploy workgroup data management tool for extended engineering and product development teams to collaborate around engineering designs and data.

SpaceClaim Data Management is based on Microsoft SharePoint and is available to all SpaceClaim 2012 customers at no additional charge, and works with existing SharePoint servers, making the cost of deployment negligible for the majority of companies that already use Microsoft Corp. solutions. It provides basic workgroup-level check-in, check-out, and versioning for SpaceClaim documents, including support for external dependencies, parts, assemblies, drawings, and 3D markups. No external user interface is required. Developed using the SpaceClaim API and SharePoint, this new SpaceClaim add-in leverages the same technology available to all SpaceClaim partners, representing the type of seamless integration that anyone, including SpaceClaim customers, can add to their SpaceClaim installations.

“We’ve created a document management system that extends our core philosophy of providing easy-to-use, cost effective, and enterprise-friendly tools that are also very easy to deploy,” said Chris Randles, President and CEO, SpaceClaim. “SpaceClaim already fully uses the Microsoft stack on the desktop, and we have always been an innovator in the use of Microsoft technologies, such as our full support for multi-touch and gesture-based UI. Using SharePoint as a platform for SpaceClaim Data Management makes perfect sense for our end-users, as well as our customers’, IT departments.”
 
For more information, visit: www.spaceclaim.com/en/Support/Data-Management-for-SharePoint.aspx

Ever find yourself wrestling with a CAD system, trying to design a fixture around a CAD part? Wish there could be an easier way? SpaceClaim is a breakthrough geometry editor specially designed for manufacturing engineers who need to get the job done without hassle. Its direct modeling technology provides a new way of working with imported CAD parts and building fixtures off of them. Most manufacturing engineers find that SpaceClaim can get the job done at least twice as fast and at much lower cost than the CAD tools used for detailed design.

In this webinar, we'll show you how SpaceClaim:

  • Opens parts from any CAD system
  • Interactively repairs problematic geometry
  • Can markup CAD parts with suggested changes
  • De-features parts to create in-process models
  • Quickly creates matching geometry to hold parts

Thursday, July 26th
11:30am EDT

For more information or to register, visit: p.spaceclaim.com/fixturedesign

Wednesday, 27 June 2012 11:01

SpaceClaim Webinar: Model Prep for CFD

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Great CFD results require a good mesh, and you can't get a decent mesh without the right geometry. SpaceClaim contains geometry clean-up and editing capabilities specifically designed for CFD meshing codes. In addition to clean-up and simplification, SpaceClaim contains breakthrough volume extraction and enclosure creation tools, letting CFD experts model without having to rely on complicated CAD systems.

SpaceClaim helps CFD users:

  • Prepare geometry for simulation twice as fast as before
  • Reuse, not remodel CAD geometries
  • Reduce iteration loops by not relying on the CAD team

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how to:

  • Open and work with CAD data from any 2D or 3D CAD system
  • Search for and fix geometry that can cause problems with meshing codes
  • Simplify complex geometry into the appropriate granularity for your model
  • Automatically generate enclosing boundaries and extract volumes
  • Detect and fix leaks in geometry caused by fits and clearances in CAD

Thursday, June 28, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/179590250

Competitive manufacturers look for every chance they have to reduce costs while cutting parts as quickly as possible. As every machinist knows, the best way to cut costs is to minimize the number of setups and operations. However, sometimes you don't notice opportunities to do it better until you already have the job programmed. Wouldn't it be great if you could think through the setups up-front and document them for your team on the floor?

SpaceClaim helps machinists:

  • Reduce wasted time in CAD by a factor of two
  • Work with customers in 3D, improving sales by up to 50%
  • Pinpoint costs and outbid the competition

In this webinar, we will show how SpaceClaim helps you gain insight when setting up process models and document the process for your operators.

  • Open and work with CAD data from any 2D or 3D CAD system
  • De-feature and fill-in designs to create in process models
  • Create jigs and fixtures to hold the part for each step
  • Create documentation for your CNC operators
  • Easily show customers small changes that could save them money

Date:

Thursday, June 14th, 11:30am EDT


For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/695676146

SpaceClaim is a smart 3D design tool designed to create, optimize, and flatten sheet metal parts as quickly as possible. We've worked closely with sheet metal experts to put special tools in that are designed to work with modern CNC combination machines.

Typical sheet metal customers benefit by:

  • Getting the CAD work done 2-5x faster than feature-based systems
  • Saving about 50% on CAD-related expenses
  • Spending more time performing value-added work


In this webinar, we'll show you how SpaceClaim is the only tool that can:

  • Open and edit solid and sheet metal parts from almost any 3D CAD system
  • Convert 2D drawings, surface models, and solid models to sheet metal
  • Turn poorly-designed sheet metal concepts into proper detailed sheet metal designs
  • Generate a flat pattern and optimize the flat pattern layout and nest using partner add-ins
  • Support modern sheet metal features such as hinges, double walls, custom forms, and other exotic processes

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/691042930

Reliable simulation results require the right geometries. SpaceClaim is a CAD geometry editor with a special focus on getting data ready for meshing, removing CAD bottlenecks and creating remarkable savings over conventional approaches.

In this webinar, we'll show you how SpaceClaim can:

  • Detect and repair common issues with CAD geometry
  • Remove unnecessary small features such as rounds and holes
  • Convert imported solids to beam and shell elements
  • Check for shared topology and ensure non-manifold junctions
  • Add your own custom driving dimensions to optimize CAD parts
  • Create and edit new concepts to drive detailed design

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/398973162

Have you ever had to work with scanned data in CAD? Has your customer ever sent you an STL or graphics-only version of a file? Have you ever needed to perform a simulation or optimization, but you only have scanned data? Maybe you even have files that have been reverse engineered to solids, but now you need to use them as a starting point for a new design?

SpaceClaim is a low cost CAD tool that makes it easy to turn scanned data in to solids and get them where they need to go.

In this webinar, we'll show you how to:

  • Get to a solid 3-5 times faster by drawing on top of a scan
  • Turn a CAD part saved as STL into a precise solid without being a CAD expert
  • Tweak reverse engineered solids to meet reference measurements
  • Work with solids created by specialized reverse-engineering tools, such as Geomagic
  • Get parts prepared for simulation, machining or 3D printing faster than ever before

Wednesday, May 2, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/670475170

Have you ever noticed that some CAD vendors seem to think that 2D data doesn’t exist, and that everything must be done in 3D?  At SpaceClaim, we know that many manufacturing workflows rely on 2D, and that 2D drawings often need to get integrated with 3D models from other CAD systems.  SpaceClaim has a ton of useful tools that solve every day 2D/3D shop floor hassles, and now we’re showing them off all in one place.

In particular, we’ll show how to:

  • Clean dirty 2D imports for design and MFG
  • Easily go from 2D DWG/DXF to 3D in a blink of an eye
  • Go from a dumb solid from any CAD system to a printed hole table in ten clicks
  • Make a sheet metal flat pattern from an imported CAD concept
  • Import a v5 or JT part with PMI and turn it into a detailed 2D drawing you can print

Wednesday, April 18, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/546954506

At SpaceClaim and SigmaTEK, we're committed to keeping your machines running. That's why we've partnered to integrate our sheet metal design and nesting technologies, creating the fastest path possible to CNC-ready drawings. This webinar will show you how to quickly create or convert CAD data from anywhere, create flat patterns, and optimize nesting for sheet metal and other material cut on plasma, laser, punch, oxyfuel, waterjet, router, knife, tube-pipe and combination cutting machines.

In particular, we'll show:

  • Converting generic or native CAD data to proper, optimized sheet metal models, even if it wasn't designed correctly
  • Converting 2D designs to solid 3D sheet metal
  • Automatically detecting and healing errors in CAD data
  • Creating nested assemblies of flat patterns, saving material
  • Optimizing results prior to CNC

Tuesday, April 10th
11:30am – 12:30pm (EDT)

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/365933922

Everybody loves SketchUp's ease-of-use and incredibly fast modeling tools. In fact, we loved them so much, we built a product specifically for mechanical design that we often hear called, "SketchUp on steroids."

SpaceClaim works a lot like SketchUp: you push and pull on geometry and make new designs ridiculously fast. But SpaceClaim also handles precise geometry suitable for manufacturing and integrates into corporate CAD infrastructure. If you've ever wished that mechanical CAD could be more like SketchUp, you will probably like this webinar.

We'll show:

  • How the SpaceClaim UI makes it possible to have SketchUp-like tools with real, precise, CAD geometry
  • Reuse data from any CAD system, including SketchUp and the Google 3D Warehouse
  • Improve the fidelity of SketchUp data for manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and simulation
  • Create precise mechanical drawings
  • Integrate SpaceClaim designs into existing mechanical CAD and PLM environments

When:

Wednesday, April 4, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/724933858

SpaceClaim, the leader in easy and accessible 3D CAD for engineering, mechanical design, and manufacturing, announced today the immediate availability of SpaceClaim Engineer 2012. This release introduces significant new capabilities in reverse engineering, model preparation for simulation, manufacturing, and data reuse. These new capabilities build on SpaceClaim’s accessibility, ease-of-use, and low total-cost-of-ownership, enabling even more engineers, designers, and analysts to complete their projects with SpaceClaim’s innovative 3D direct modeling technology.  

The combination of ease-of-use and lower cost ensures that the total cost of ownership of SpaceClaim is less than 50% of the cost of traditional CAD products. With this release, SpaceClaim continues to expand into markets where its unique tools address previously unsolved problems and where SpaceClaim Engineer meets users’ complete CAD needs. SpaceClaim continues to penetrate markets where traditional CAD is the wrong product for basic engineering tasks, and where ease-of-use, interoperability, and maturity are required to enable engineers, designers, and machinists to work in 3D.

“Before SpaceClaim, it wasn’t possible for me to do my job in 3D,” said Steve Tyler, Owner, Austmarinetech.  “We deal with so many design changes that it wasn’t worth the time, let alone the investment, to use feature-based CAD. With SpaceClaim, I can open 2D and 3D designs from suppliers, assemble them into a design, and make changes on the fly. The direct modeling interface gives me instant updates and lets me communicate with team members who don’t speak English. Overall, SpaceClaim has improved my process by a factor of two and made my life a lot easier.”

“SpaceClaim 2012 is a milestone release for the company. SpaceClaim is now by far the most mature of a new generation of 3D CAD products, and we’re now seeing SpaceClaim Engineer selected as a tool of choice for the complete design process, not just for discrete tasks,” said Chris Randles, SpaceClaim President and CEO.   “Traditional parametric, feature-based tools have reached the limits of their market penetration, but there still exists a huge underserved market for 3D CAD. Most users still use 2D or 3D products with limited capabilities and poor interoperability. SpaceClaim is innovative, affordable, and accessible. It makes it as easy for any user to create, document, and share 3D designs as it is to use mainstream office productivity tools. What we are seeing is the democratization of 3D CAD.”
    
New capabilities in SpaceClaim 2012 include:

  • New SketchUp conversion detects regions where SketchUp’s approximated, facetted geometry was derived from analytic surfaces such as cylinders and cones, and automatically replaces them with precise geometry.
  • Multiple solid editing capabilities, such as cone manipulation, surface pivoting and distance-by-angle chamfers, extend SpaceClaim’s lead in direct modeling.
  • Smart tools for manufacturing, such as recognition and editing of standard holes, make SpaceClaim increasingly practical for machine shops and detailed design.
  • Significant performance improvements to large parts and drawings further confirms that SpaceClaim is the fastest 3D direct modeler available.
  • A new lightweight viewer and Microsoft extensions that allow viewing of models from compatible programs such as Microsoft Outlook and Explorer, as well as from a new standalone application.
  • JT with PMI export, in addition to existing capabilities, makes SpaceClaim the most comprehensive JT editor on the market today.
  • Detailing improvements including exploded views, aligned and unfolded sections, arc length dimensions, text fitting and alignment tools, and BOM templates let more users create detailed drawings in SpaceClaim.
  • A new set of 2D and 3D curve repair tools facilitate working with existing drawings and wireframe data and converting them to solid models.
  • Several sheet metal enhancements representing unprecedented depth, including mitered flanges, faster unfolding, weld tabs, and improved identification and interaction with sheet metal features.
  • Environment reflection and textures enable users to work interactively on more realistic looking models.
  • Usability improvements, such as improved selection rendering and reduced selection flashing, make it easier to work on large models.
  • Flexible configuration and IT-friendly options facilitate large rollouts to corporate, government, and educational customers.
  • Improved interoperability with support for KeyShot 3, Creo 1.0, SolidWorks 2012, and Inventor 2012 ensures compatibility with data from colleagues, customers and suppliers.
  • The improved batch file translation utility now supports all formats that SpaceClaim can read and write.
  • Expanded API coverage now includes access to more sheet metal parameters, drawing view renderings, and advanced mass properties.

“SpaceClaim and Google SketchUp share a long-term vision of enabling everybody to work in 3D. SpaceClaim’s ability to turn SketchUp files into precise solids suitable for manufacturing – without remodeling – will enable mechanical SketchUp users to more quickly realize their vision, and help SpaceClaim users take advantage of the millions of models available in our 3D Warehouse,” said Tom Wyman, Business Development Manager for Google SketchUp.  
SpaceClaim more than doubled its installed base in 2011 and continues to enable more users to be productive in 3D while adding value to manufacturer’s existing investments in CAD. SpaceClaim is being rapidly adopted by small-to-medium businesses as a dedicated CAD tool and by large organizations as an engineering tool complementary to long-standing production CAD deployments, thus broadening the use of 3D throughout the entire product development lifecycle.

For more information, visit: www.spaceclaim.com/en/Products/Engineer.aspx

Wednesday, 14 March 2012 09:20

Webinar: What's New in SpaceClaim 2012

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SpaceClaim Engineer 2012, our ninth release, is almost here! Join us to learn how SpaceClaim is becoming more powerful and easy to use for engineers, manufacturers and designers worldwide. The SpaceClaim Q1 newsletter will be sent on the release date and all current SpaceClaim users will be notified by a popup message in SpaceClaim when the new release is ready to download.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/582674834

Design reviews, kaizen events, customer presentations. You want to quickly review the status of a project, identify challenges, and suggest improvements. But how do you perform design reviews in CAD? With traditional history-based modelers, one wrong click and the meeting is over. It’s impossible to make changes in real time. Lightweight viewers are great at assembly mockup, but they don’t let you edit the actual geometry. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make edits to the actual design, quickly, with changes automatically tracked for follow-up?

SpaceClaim’s 3D direct modeling provides a fast and easy way. SpaceClaim eliminates the nasty constraints, eternal dependencies, and rebuild errors that can wreck a meeting. It’s simple and fast user interface lets your ideas flow freely. The entire team can see the changes on real geometry, removing confusion and preventing rework.

Our webinar we will show how to:

Open and edit designs from major CAD systems

Quickly draw new ideas in 3D without getting bogged down in details

Reuse existing designs to generate new concepts

Track changes and delegate edits to be made in CAD

Work in the context of existing CAD, PLM, and mock-up infrastructure

Wednesday, March 7th
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (EST)

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/929826874

Wednesday, 15 February 2012 09:25

SpaceClaim Webinar: Don’t Let CAD Crash Your CNC!

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CAD geometry, even from the latest CAD systems, can have dangerous problems that can damage your hardware. Invisible errors and gaps between surfaces can turn into nasty surprises in G-Code. Validation tools and tool path verification can help, but it’s hard to model and catch everything. And what about 2D data with gaps, scan data, and mesh files from imprecise systems like SketchUp?

This webinar will show how SpaceClam can turn almost any CAD data into precise geometry worthy of machining. In particular, we will show:

How to detect and remove potentially dangerous geometry

How to turn scan data into precise solids

How to create annotated 2D drawings out of parts with 3D PMI

How to turn sloppy 2D drawings into 3D solid parts

How to turn lightweight 3D data, such as that from SketchUp, into precise solids

Join us for this must-see webinar!
Wednesday, February 22nd
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (EST)

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/723494362

SpaceClaim thrives in engineering organizations that have standardized on CATIA® as their primary CAD tool. In this webinar, we will show how our customers use SpaceClaim to add value to their investment in CATIA® while broadening the use of 3D in manufacturing and engineering.

In particular, we will cover:

•Migrating CATIA® v4, SolidWorks®, and JT data to CATIA® v5 and v6 using SpaceClaim’s native Dassault-supplied translators
•Viewing CATIA® v5 PMI data in SpaceClaim and editing using parameters defined in v5
•Working with vendor, customer, and legacy CAD data in CATIA® v4, CGM, and other CAD formats to produce new concepts and specifications
•Preparing CATIA® models for simulation and manufacturing
•How to identify which engineers should try SpaceClaim and which are best served by CATIA®

Join us for this must-see webinar!
Wednesday, February 8th
11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (EST)

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/939055474

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 10:07

Webinar: Cleaning Dirty CAD Geometry in SpaceClaim

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Not only can problematic geometry cause painful interoperability issues, it can also create downstream errors. Whether you're editing CAD data, prepping models for CAM, de-featuring for CAE, or communicating between organizations, you need clean, valid, watertight models. SpaceClaim's easy repair tools clean geometry from anywhere with push-button simplicity. It's like a spell checker for your 3D data.

In this webinar you'll see how SpaceClaim can:

• Create watertight models from dirty imported STEM and IGES files
• Make edits quickly and easily, without having to use a complicated CAD system
• Prepare the parts for downstream use
• Work with any customer CAD data

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/481914730

When reverse-engineering, not only do you need to create precise, water-tight geometry, you also need to update the geometry to fit in the context of new design situations.  In the past, the only option was to recreate tedious feature-based models and guess at underlying design intent: an error-prone and hazardous practice.

Now, Geomagic and SpaceClaim have partnered to integrate their industry-leading reverse engineering and direct modeling products to allow you to both reconstruct and edit precise geometry.  Geomagic creates clean meshes and converts them to watertight geometry.  SpaceClaim then quickly edits the designs, adjusting tolerances and accommodating design changes – all without resorting to complex feature-based CAD systems or being forced to re-invent design intent.

This webinar, presented by experts at Geomagic and SpaceClaim, will show:

• Turning scan data into clean meshes and solid geometry in Geomagic
• The connection between Geomagic and SpaceClaim
• Editing the model with SpaceClaim to accommodate design changes and match geometric conditions

For more information, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/503781794

Monday, 05 December 2011 09:11

Webinar: Customizing SpaceClaim Using its API

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Have you ever wanted a special button in SpaceClaim that automated a common task, talked to other programs, or modified your model? Do you have in-house code that’s difficult to maintain? Have you ever wanted to add your own objects to a SpaceClaim design? Do you have special file formats you want to read and write? It’s never been easier than with the SpaceClaim API.

SpaceClaim’s free API provides the best platform for solid modeling application development of any mechanical CAD application. Not only is the API versioned, thread-safe, and .NET, but anything you create can take advantage of SpaceClaim’s powerful direct modeling capabilities. Unlike feature-based CAD systems that force you to develop tools that fit with the history-based paradigm, SpaceClaim lets you work with your geometry however you want.

In particular, this webinar will cover:

-An overview of what the API can do, with dozens of examples of both professional and entertaining applications 
-An introduction to the basic concepts of 3D MCAD programming, such as transformations and part instancing
-How to get started with your own customizations and tools

Unlike many of our webinars, which assume that the audiences has little experience with CAD, this webinar will assume that you have some experience with (or interest in) programming in 3D. We hope you’ll join us! 

Wednesday, December 14th
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. (EST)

For more information, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/246146650

Friday, 18 November 2011 10:30

Webinar: Attacking Castings with SpaceClaim

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If you’ve ever designed a casting in a 3D CAD tool, you probably had moments where you considered changing careers.  Traditional feature-based CAD systems just weren’t designed with your geometry in mind, and they can make basic edits unnecessarily painful.  SpaceClaim provides a new approach that can cure a lot of common casting problems.  We’ve had a bunch of customers show us how, and we thought we’d share it with you.

This webinar will show:

• Importing CAD parts from different CAD systems
• Cleaning up complicated CAD geometry
• Removing rounds from the toughest parts
• Adjusting round radii and draft angles
• Creating in-process models from as-cast to as-machined
• Documenting machining operations
• Documenting in 2D drawings and with 3D PMI

If you make castings, forgings, and complex molded geometry, but haven’t seen SpaceClaim, you’re in for a treat.  We hope you’ll attend.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/739141458

Monday, 31 October 2011 11:14

SpaceClaim November Webinar Series

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DB Claim: Mechworks PDM integrated with SpaceClaim
Thursday, November 10th – 12:00 p.m. (EST)

Mechworks has earned its well-deserved reputation of providing no-nonsense, vertically-focused PDM systems. Now, eXpace italia and SpaceClaim Corporation are thrilled to announce DBClaim PDM, the integration of Mechworks PDM and SpaceClaim Engineer. This webinar will show you how to manage SpaceClaim data with DBClaim and integrate SpaceClaim into CAD processes, including use role and workflow management, revision control, BOM management, custom properties management, and multisite management. Tune in to see how it works!

Register for the webinar



Protecting IP and Creating Customer View Models with SpaceClaim
Thursday, November 10th – 1:00 p.m. (EST)

Your production CAD models are one of your department’s most valuable assets, precisely defining your company’s products. It’s the best way to communicate with your customers and suppliers, but sharing the wrong data can reveal proprietary IP or valuable trade secrets and the data they actually need is probably a small fraction of what is convenient to send. How can you communicate in 3D outside the firewall without putting critical engineering assets at risk? Engineers throughout the supply chain use SpaceClaim to turn heavy-duty CAD data into simple but precise customer view models using SpaceClaim’s production-proven set of model preparation tools.

This webinar will show you how SpaceClaim can: Open CAD data from almost every CAD system, without incorporating generating equations and other IP-revealing design intent; Identify and remove rounds, holes, and other small features that will be irrelevant to your customers; Extract outside-only versions of your products, hiding all proprietary information inside; Detect and remove leaks, clearances, and interferences to seal up your designs into water-tight volumes; and Detune sensitive geometry that contains valuable IP, such as splines and involutes, analysis-generated surfaces, and styling. SpaceClaim’s model preparation tools have already started to change how sales engineers and supplier management thinks about geometry. Register for this webinar to see the state-of-the-art for yourself.

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Modern Machine Shop/MoldMaking Technology Sponsored Webinar: CAD Got You Down?
Tuesday, November 15th – 2:00 p.m. (EST)

Imagine a CAD tool that can read parts from any CAD system, fixes dirty geometry, and won’t cost you a penny for training.
Okay, you can stop laughing now.
Actually, it does exist, and it’s called SpaceClaim. It’s a new CAD tool that’s becoming a lot of machine shops’ secret weapon. We’re doing a webinar on it that will quickly show: How to repair problematic geometry and create tool path-ready models; Creating fixtures in hours instead of days; Adjust rounds, drafts and wall thicknesses on parts, regardless of origin; Open, edit, and derive parts from any CAD data from any customer; and Quote faster and take more business. We hope you can find a few minutes to take a look. We’ll keep it snappy and won’t waste your time.

Register for the webinar



Simulation-Driven Concept Engineering with Comet & SpaceClaim
Thursday, November 17th – 1:00 p.m. (EST)

SpaceClaim provides CAE analysts the easiest and fastest tools possible to get complex design geometry ready for simulation. Whether de-featuring CAD geometry, creating new concepts from scratch, or re-purposing existing models, SpaceClaim removes the major simulation process bottleneck of dealing with CAD geometry, thus freeing analysts to focus on achieving the product's functional requirements. By putting simulation users in control of the "engineering geometry" starting at the conceptual design stage, re-using CAE best practices and automating standard design simulation activities; performance simulation results can finally truly drive critical new product development decisions. The Comet workspace combined with SpaceClaim enables engineering analysts, systems engineers and design engineers working across multiple physics domains to perform far more effectively- both as individuals and collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary project team. Watch this webinar to learn how SpaceClaim's integration with Comet makes it the best choice for your model-driven engineering and simulation process automation needs.

Register for the webinar

Working with scan data in traditional feature-based modelers is a bear, and the high-end reverse engineering tools are overkill for many jobs. This webinar will show how SpaceClaim Engineer’s fast and simple 3D direct modeling technology helps turn scans to solids.

We will show how to:

-Read scan data into the context of existing assemblies
-Set up reference planes based on scanned geometry
-Auto-fit and sketch curves to cross sections
-Use SpaceClaim’s Pull tool to snap solids to scanned geometry
-Tweak dumb solids created by other solid and surface software into reference designs

SpaceClaim is becoming a must-have tool for many reverse engineering and rapid prototyping workflows. The thirty minutes you spend watching this webinar could save you hours of geometry headaches down the road.

Join us for this must-see webinar!
Wednesday, October 26th
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. (EDT)

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/176271346

Due to its ability to edit JT and reuse CAD geometry, SpaceClaim is changing the way the automotive industry thinks about CAD. Often described as a digital mockup viewer on steroids, SpaceClaim delivers the simplicity and ease-of-use of a digital mockup viewer, but can also open, edit, and repair data from all popular CAD systems. Concept engineers, physical architects, CAE analysts, NVH specialists, and sales and purchasing engineers turn to SpaceClaim regularly to eliminate waste from their CAD cycles and get the job done faster than traditional CAD allows. OEMs are using SpaceClaim to CAD-enable engineers, and suppliers are lowering costs and closing business faster by communicating with customers in 3D.

Join us for this must-see webinar!
Wednesday, October 5th
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. (EDT)

We’ll show you how easy it is to:

Modify any models from any common CAD package and convey changes to vendors, customers, or colleagues

Simulate different design scenarios by quickly preparing a model for analysis and optimizing it using new, custom parameters

Repair any broken model for data re-use or manufacturing

Run through iterations faster and decrease design time and increase time to market

Watch this webinar to learn how SpaceClaim gets the job done. Whether you’re cutting parts or creating new concepts, we’ll show you how SpaceClaim contributes to the bottom line.

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/407231290

Join us for this must-see webinar!

Wednesday, September 28th
10:00 – 10:30 a.m. (EDT)

All SpaceClaim customers who want to improve the way their teams manage and collaborate on design, should attend this Webinar to see how to control your SpaceClaim drawings and documents via revision management. YaPdm from Maxiom Partners provides a proven PDM solution that matches SpaceClaim’s market-leading ease of use, deployment and return on investment, with a flexible and customizable tool that can change with your company and it's processes.

Register for this webinar to hear from Anders Hising, Managing Director of Maxiom PLM, Scandanvia’s leading PLM provider and see a demonstration of SpaceClaim and YaPdm in action. If your company needs to create documents from your approved templates, track what’s happened with geometry/assembly changes, and provide a secure approval processes, join us for an introduction to this efficient and cost-effective solution for change management.

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/258051218

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

CAE analysts often face the burden of poor quality and over-detailed geometric models in preparing finite element meshing for analysis. However, end users of SpaceClaim Engineer testify that the application is making a valued impact to alleviate these barriers. To surmount those problems, a solution must be able to import an extensive range of CAD model formats found in the industry and also support an intuitive user interface that is easy to learn for non-CAD experts. Register for this webinar to hear from Ken Versprille, analyst with CIMdata, the global leader in PLM consulting and SpaceClaim customers McCormick-Stevenson and Ramboll A/S to learn how SpaceClaim helps them clean up CAD models in new ways not previously available, saving a lot of product development time in the process.

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/504486138

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 09:59

SpaceClaim Announces Integration with Optimus

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SpaceClaim, the market leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, and Noesis Solutions, renowned for the Optimus process integration and design optimization software, today announced that SpaceClaim Engineer has been integrated within Optimus. The integration component automatically extracts the model parameters from any product design made in SpaceClaim Engineer software. In Optimus, SpaceClaim users can then easily define and execute CAE processes that automatically drive any commercial and in-house simulation packages of choice. In addition to Optimus’ design optimization capabilities, they benefit from Taguchi techniques and other powerful design robustness and reliability optimization methods.

“We welcome the opportunity to work with the leader in 3D Direct Modeling,” said Hans Wynendaele, Noesis Solutions COO. “SpaceClaim is easy to learn and use for CAE model preparation, and it reinforces our efforts to provide the best environment for parametric simulation to help solve complex engineering challenges. The Optimus process integration and design optimization software platform delivers the best product in the shortest time possible while saving tremendously on engineering resources.”

Noesis Solutions and SpaceClaim both have very strong ties with Cybernet Systems. This leading CAE group owns Noesis Solutions’ flagship product Optimus and successfully resells SpaceClaim software in Japan.

This announcement comes on the heels of SpaceClaim releasing the eighth version of its software, SpaceClaim Engineer 2011+, which further reinforces the strength of the company’s 3D Direct Modeling software within manufacturing organizations, including pre-production concept design and model prep for analysis and manufacturing to full production manufacturing environments. You can see a list of all CAE packages that SpaceClaim integrates with on the SpaceClaim Interoperability webpage.  

“SpaceClaim was created from the beginning for engineers to prepare models for analysis and simulation from multiple CAD files in any format,” said Rich Moore, Vice President of Business Development, SpaceClaim. “This integration with Optimus further extends SpaceClaim’s compatibility with CAE solutions for optimal collaboration and reduction of time to market.”

For more information, visit: www.spaceclaim.com or www.noesissolutions.com

SpaceClaim, the market leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, today announced that SpaceClaim Engineer has been integrated within the modeFRONTIER 4.4 framework, allowing engineers performing simulation and analysis through Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) to work in an open environment, reducing complexity and easing management of the entire process.

“Our aim has always been to give our users a tool to bring all the components of the design process into one integrated environment” said Carlo Poloni, President of ESTECO. “To leverage the Design of Experiments (DOE) and multi-objective optimization available in modeFRONTIER, users need parameterized models. CAD has often been a bottleneck, as parameterization of CAD models is frequently difficult, or even impossible. SpaceClaim effectively removes this bottleneck by giving the user the ability to easily parameterize an existing CAD geometry, allowing optimization and DOE studies to be performed. By working in SpaceClaim, we feel that many of our customers will be able to use modeFRONTIER to its full potential.”

This announcement comes on the heels of SpaceClaim releasing the eighth version of its software, SpaceClaim 2011+, which further reinforces the strength of the company’s 3D Direct Modeling software within manufacturing organizations, including pre-production concept design and model prep for analysis and manufacturing to full production manufacturing environments. You can see a list of all CAE packages that SpaceClaim is able to integrate with on the SpaceClaim Interoperability website page.

“SpaceClaim was created from day one to be neutral and easily enable engineers to work with CAD files in any format,” said Rich Moore, Vice President of Business Development, SpaceClaim. “We additionally work with the best simulation software companies, including ANSYS, to enable CAE engineers to perform analysis, concept and simulation-driven design all through SpaceClaim as the complete solution. This agreement with modeFRONTIER further extends SpaceClaim’s compatibility for optimal collaboration and reduction of time to market.”

modeFRONTIER is one of the most widely used process integration and design optimization (PIDO) tools available, offering an easy-to-use interface to create a workflow of integrated processes, as well as state-of-the-art mathematical algorithms to perform any type of product- or process-optimization. Add to these the ability to perform robust design and 6-sigma analyses, as well as sophisticated statistical, data-mining and data-visualization tools, and the result is a powerful product design platform that will help design teams produce better products in significantly less time than had been previously possible.

For more information, visit: www.spaceclaim.com or www.esteco.com/home/mode_frontier/mode_frontier.html

SpaceClaim's sheet metal capabilities enable machinists to focus on getting parts ready for production. Import data from virtually any CAD system from your customer and turn it into a flat pattern using SpaceClaim's powerful sheet metal environment. SpaceClaim will allow you to: rapidly convert your existing data into unfoldable, solid 3D designs; optimize flat pattern geometry; adjust thickness and material properties at any time; and use our cutting edge double wall and hinge features. Register for this webinar to learn how SpaceClaim's sheet metal capabilities will help you get parts out the door faster and reduce costs by replacing solid parts with sheet metal designs.

Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT

For more information or to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/240441322

SpaceClaim, the market leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, today announced SpaceClaim Engineer 2011+, advancing concept modeling and model preparation tools while greatly enhancing robust manufacturing-focused capabilities. SpaceClaim has furthered its industrial-strength capabilities to scale from small engineering firms and job shops to global corporations, making it more affordable than ever for all engineers to create and edit CAD data without the complexity traditionally associated with complicated, expensive CAD.

SpaceClaim continues to gain momentum within the automobile and related industries with more than 20 customers ranging from top-tier brands to supply chain manufacturers. Auto Metal Craft is a sheet metal prototyping company based in Detroit and engaged by the largest automobile manufacturers, as well as tier-1 auto suppliers and appliance manufacturers. "We deal with very complex assemblies sent to us by our customers to create new parts," said Kevin Woody, Co-owner of Auto Metal Craft. "SpaceClaim has reduced our time to convert CAD files and create new prototypes by 75 percent. The software is easy and flexible, enabling us to work quickly, creatively, and accurately to optimize the final design."

The JT data format, developed by Siemens PLM Software, provides an open environment for 3D data visualization and collaboration. JT has been widely adopted within many manufacturing industries especially in the automotive sector. SpaceClaim Engineer 2011+ is unique in its ability to visualize and edit JT data with PMI, allowing any engineer to visualize large data sets, as well as open and edit precise part geometry. SpaceClaim multiplies the value of manufacturers' investments in JT by combining the ease of use of a simple viewer with the power of 3D solid modeling previously only available in complex CAD systems designed for dedicated CAD practitioners.

"SpaceClaim changed the landscape of the 3D CAD market when we introduced our 3D Direct Modeler in 2007. SpaceClaim was designed from the ground up to be intuitive, easy to learn and use, while being as robust and powerful as many costly and complex CAD software products," said Chris Randles, President and CEO of SpaceClaim. "In a market that had seen little innovation in more than a decade, SpaceClaim sparked a revolution that has seen most of the leading CAD vendors follow suit and introduce their own first-generation direct modeling solutions. SpaceClaim 2011+ is our eighth release in four years. We continue to invest aggressively in our technology, working with our customers and partners to exceed their needs in a highly competitive manufacturing marketplace. SpaceClaim is the clear leader in 3D Direct Modeling, and is the product in the market today against which new entrants should be measured."

SpaceClaim works closely with partner TRUMPF, a global machine tool manufacturer, to drive new sheet metal manufacturing capabilities. The new capabilities in SpaceClaim address a broad range of manufacturing applications including NC machining, jig and fixture design, mold manufacturing, and sheet metal manufacturing. The new features include:

* Numerous modeling improvements, including fill patterns, a standardized hole wizard, clipping regions, and STL curve fitting.
* Extended CAE, CAM, and IP protection model preparation tools for volume extraction, missing face detection, and face merging.
* Groundbreaking sheet metal capabilities include double wall support, tabs, hinges, gussets, curve wrapping, and marking.
* Improved ease of use and performance improvements with selection, view manipulation, and responsiveness.
* Documentation features such as hole tables, bolt hole circles, offset cross sections, datum targets, and multi-model drawings.
* Extended file operations and interoperability supporting JT PMI, 2D PDF, archival creation, AutoRecover, solid STL, and the ability to apply custom KeyShot materials.

SpaceClaim is aligned with manufacturers' business imperatives such as removing waste from product development, tightening product development costs, and using simulation more pervasively in engineering. SpaceClaim customers realize that traditional CAD products designed for detailed design and manufacturing documentation do not adequately serve many engineers. See the What's New page on the SpaceClaim website for more details on this release and where you will also find the SpaceClaim 2011+ video showcasing features and enhancements found in this new release.

Join us for this must-see webinar!

Wednesday, August 24th
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (EDT)

SpaceClaim Engineer 2011+, our eighth release, introduces exciting new features and capabilities continuing to help all engineers solve geometry problems and answer basic questions in 3D. New enhancements include advanced concept modeling and model preparation tools as well as robust manufacturing-focused capabilities. Register now to learn about the newest release of SpaceClaim Engineer, the world's leading 3D direct modeling software.

For more information and to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/998142754

Join us for this must-see webinar!

Wednesday, August 10th
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. (EDT)

SpaceClaim adds value to existing CAD infrastructure by enabling all engineers to leverage existing data and contribute to product definition in 3D. SpaceClaim imports Catia and JT files which make communicating to suppliers and vendors a breeze, especially in the automotive market. Simply put: SpaceClaim is a single environment that any engineer can use to load some parts, get results, and communicate decisions.

SpaceClaim will allow you to:

-Edit foreign data just as easily as if it were created in SpaceClaim itself
-Produce precise, accurate 3D data and 2D drawings to specify detailed design in CAD, creating most effective handoff to CAD possible
-Communicate in 3D and 2D, eliminating much of the waste and rework associated with monolithic CAD processes

Watch this webinar to learn how SpaceClaim will solve your interoperability problems, allowing you to work with foreign data simply and easily.

To register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/213155498

Join us for this must-see webinar!
Wednesday, July 27th
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. (EDT)

SpaceClaim provides CAE analysts the easiest and fastest tools possible to get geometry ready for simulation. By putting simulation users in control of geometry, CAE can drive product development by optimizing models before CAD and validating results post-CAD. SpaceClaim removes the geometry bottleneck, thus freeing analysts to focus on the physics. LiveLink™ for SpaceClaim, provided by COMSOL, brings you the fusion of direct modeling with multiphysics simulation in a tightly integrated environment, enabling optimal designs and collaboration across CAD and CAE teams.

LiveLink™ for SpaceClaim will allow you to:

-Easily de-feature imported CAD geometry
-Simply create new concepts from scratch using our straighforward and intuitive user interface
-Optimize existing models before CAD & validate results post-CAD

Watch this webinar to learn how SpaceClaim’s seamless integration with COMSOL makes it the best choice for your modeling and simulation needs.

To register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/406326098

Thursday, 07 July 2011 08:10

Webinar - Concept Modeling with SpaceClaim

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SpaceClaim enables engineers to easily visualize, communicate, and evaluate designs in 3D in order to achieve new levels of product innovation. The SpaceClaim user interface allows both non-CAD experts and seasoned CAD professionals to refine and optimize concepts before locking down the design in a traditional CAD package. SpaceClaim allows you to produce models quickly and easily in a fraction of the time of traditional CAD because it doesn’t require the constraints and complications of feature-based modeling. Watch this webinar to learn how to create new concept models quickly and easily that you can share with your customers, R&D engineers, CAE analysts, manufacturing, and the CAD team using SpaceClaim’s simple user interface, and, as a result, improve your time-to-market by 30% or more.

Date/Time: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT

To register visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/349875274

Using SpaceClaim for Bid Modeling

Join us for this must-see webinar!

Wednesday, June 22nd
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. (EST)

As an engineer who supports new business development or proposals, the pressure is on you when it comes to bidding on contracts and quickly responding to RFPs. Facing unexpected design challenges and accurately predicting design costs can be difficult and time consuming.

SpaceClaim will allow you to:

-Increase bid rates by pinpointing costs quicker
-Provide prospects with realistic design concepts
-Respond to more proposals in less time, all while eliminating bottlenecks caused by traditional CAD

Watch our webinar to learn how to leverage the power of SpaceClaim 3D Direct Modeling in your bids.

For more information and to register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/571448674

SpaceClaim, the leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, today announced the rapid expansion of global channels to resell SpaceClaim Engineer. Channel growth was across North America, China and Europe with many resellers choosing to move from the mature market of CAD software to the significant opportunity SpaceClaim addresses to enable engineering teams to rapidly develop and test new product concepts with a lower total cost-of-ownership.

SpaceClaim recently announced that in 2010 sales tripled and new customers increased 40% year-over-year. New resellers in 2011 expand SpaceClaim’s channel by over 45% and join top-tier OEMs that include TRUMPF, ANSYS, and Flow Corporation. Over 70% of SpaceClaim’s sales are now achieved through channels.

“AGS 3D offers cutting-edge 3D technology solutions with expertise in design, rapid prototyping and technology implementation,” said Richard Honey, CEO of AGS 3D. “SpaceClaim’s ease of use and flexibility arm our customers with engineering software that will save them time, reduce errors and enable them to be more innovative. SpaceClaim will help us expand our business and compete more effectively.”

New channel partners covering educational, manufacturing and machining markets include:

North America

AGS 3D
Anvil Prototype & Design
AlmaCam
Empire Technical Training Systems
Moss Enterprises
Paperless Parts
Peak Solutions
Red Rocks Product Development
Tricove Consulting

Europe

DT Software Co. Ltd.
XISIS
WDS
AES


China

PERA Global


“As SpaceClaim has moved from early adopters to major installations, we are focused on expanding our channels to ensure the broadest reach possible,” said Steve Costello, Vice President of Sales, Americas, SpaceClaim. “Enabling engineers to communicate in 3D prior to release to CAD drives better design decisions, shortens time-to-market and improves customer satisfaction. We look forward to working with channel partners to leverage new market opportunities.”

SpaceClaim enables global engineering and manufacturing organizations to leverage 3D design to innovate, win more business, and get products to market faster. Engineers can rapidly create new designs as well as manipulate and simplify 2D and 3D CAD data, regardless of origin and without the complexity of traditional CAD. Customers include Nokia Siemens Networks, Tyco Connectivity, BorgWarner, Medtronic, Lotus Cars, Toyota Motor Corporation, Sharp, LG Electronics, K2 Medical Systems, FuelCell Energy, Emhart Glass, GE Aviation, General Dynamics, and the U.S Navy. SpaceClaim is privately held and backed by Borealis Ventures, Kodiak Venture Partners, and North Bridge Venture Partners.

For more information visit: www.spaceclaim.com

SpaceClaim for Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Prototyping

Wednesday, June 8th, 1:00-1:30pm EST


SpaceClaim 3D Modeling software is the fastest tool for conceptualizing 3D prototypes. SpaceClaim provides a thorough suite of tools to create geometry and ready it for additive manufacturing, taking the pain and guesswork out of dealing with traditional CAD. When making a prototype, rarely is the CAD design ready for 3D printing. In the past, many model shops had to wrestle with complicated CAD systems or make the edits directly to the mesh. SpaceClaim makes it easy to split large parts into multiple pieces in order to fit within your build envelope, scale models and adjust wall thickness, repair and solidify surface geometries, and tessellate at exactly the right resolution for your hardware. Watch our webinar to learn how SpaceClaim will help you more easily create and prepare 3D data for additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping.


Register for the webinar at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/322727602

SpaceClaim, the leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, today announced that it has won a Design News Golden Mousetrap Award for product innovation and creativity.

The Golden Mousetrap was awarded to SpaceClaim for SpaceClaim Engineer 2010 (the Company has since released SpaceClaim 2011), which is designed for engineering organizations who want to move to upfront concept modeling to save time and money, and continue to drive innovation. SpaceClaim 2010 – the Company’s sixth release of its software – enables engineers to leverage 3D for concept modeling, bid modeling, and model preparation for CAE, simulation and manufacturing.

“The products highlighted in this year’s Golden Mousetrap winners and finalists clearly demonstrate both cutting-edge design ideas and the practical evolution of technologies for systems and product design engineers,” said Design News Editorial Director David Greenfield. “Design News congratulates all the engineers and their companies who have been recognized with the Golden Mousetrap Award, and we are grateful for their contribution to this year’s competition.”

“This is a great honor to have SpaceClaim Engineer cited by one of the industry’s leading publications,” said Chris Randles, President and CEO, SpaceClaim. “SpaceClaim’s goal is to empower every engineer to work in 3D without having to be a CAD expert.  SpaceClaim is the biggest innovation in 3D in 25 years, enabling engineering teams to quickly develop, explore and validate 3D designs before committing to costly detailing in traditional CAD. Engineering-driven product development with SpaceClaim Engineer shortens time-to-market, supports innovation, and improves customer satisfaction. We thank the judges of Design News for recognizing SpaceClaim Engineer.”

The Design News Awards Program has recognized engineering innovation and creativity in product design for more than two decades. This year, Golden Mousetrap awards were given in four major categories: Electronics & Test, Automation & Control, Design Tools: Hardware & Software, and Materials & Assembly. A record number of entries were submitted resulting in 95 finalists and 18 winners.

For more information visit: www.spaceclaim.com

SpaceClaim, the leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, will host a half day event on March 24 focused on sharing techniques and strategies designed to leverage 3D direct modeling to lower product development costs. Customers will share how they are using SpaceClaim to grow revenue, eliminate waste and to reduce time-to-market. Applications to be discussed include bid modeling, concept modeling, CAE analysis and manufacturing model preparation.

Speakers will include:

* Jayeson Fougner, General Dynamics Land Systems
* Matt Thomas, Navistar
* Don Mekkes, Modern Tool
* Steve Costello, VP of Americas Sales, SpaceClaim
* Blake Courter, Co-Founder, SpaceClaim
* John Graham, Application Engineer, SpaceClaim


Details:

* March 24, 2011, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
* Embassy Suites Troy, 850 Tower Drive, Troy Michigan
* Complimentary Breakfast and Lunch to be served

To register please go to http://www.spaceclaim.com/en/Mkting/SpaceClaim-March-Detroit-Event.aspx  or call 978-482-2206

SpaceClaim, the leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, marked another year of rapid growth in 2010. Sales tripled, supported by important new customer wins within large manufacturing companies, including Tyco Electronics and LG Electronics.

“SpaceClaim software is enabling a fundamental shift in large engineering organizations,” said Chris Randles, SpaceClaim President and CEO. “We are enabling cross-functional engineering teams to rapidly develop and test new 3D product concepts before committing to costly and expensive detailed design in CAD. While release to CAD is still the usual last step before manufacturing, SpaceClaim is allowing teams to explore and make vital design decisions quicker, faster and with a lower total cost-of-ownership. Engineers are finding that SpaceClaim’s 3D Direct Modeling software is fast, flexible, and CAD-neutral – most importantly, our engineering users are reporting that it is much easier to learn and use than traditional CAD tools. These customer outcomes fueled our very rapid growth in 2010, which was another record year for us. We anticipate similar growth trends in 2011 as we continue to attract more customers, OEMs and resellers.”

With SpaceClaim’s ease of use, flexibility, and compatibility with traditional CAD products, customer sales and engineering teams are leveraging 3D to solve business, engineering and geometry problems. Highlights of 2010 included:

* A 40% year-over-year increase in new customers;
* An OEM agreement with $2.1 billion global manufacturer TRUMPF to make SpaceClaim Engineer as the 3D direct modeling solution for its customers;
* An enhanced version of the ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler software, the result of an OEM agreement with ANSYS announced in 2009. ANSYS is the world’s largest engineering simulation technology company;
* Expansion of the global reseller network;
* The sixth release of SpaceClaim’s ground-breaking software, meeting the needs of large manufacturers with new levels of design flexibility and strengthened sheet metal capabilities. (The seventh release, SpaceClaim 2011, was release in January of 2011);
* Designation by Gartner, Inc. as a “Cool Vendor” in product design and lifecycle management.

SpaceClaim is the first software tool designed to enable 3D engineering outside of traditional CAD. By communicating in 3D prior to release to CAD, engineers can capture knowledge that drives better design decisions, focus on value and eliminate unnecessary specifications, and move the design to CAD only when success is assured. Engineering-driven product development with SpaceClaim shortens time-to-market, creates stronger innovation, and improves customer satisfaction.

For more information visit: www.spaceclaim.com

SpaceClaim, the leader in 3D Direct Modeling solutions for rapid concept design and geometry manipulation, will co-host “Release-to-CAD: The New Milestone Between Designing & Documenting Products,” a webinar with Lifecycle Insights on March 9.

The clear connection between innovative, new products and profitable growth is fueling a strengthened focus by manufacturers on engineering to be more productive, create competitive solutions and control costs. Chad Jackson, president of Lifecycle Insights and Blake Courter, co-founder of SpaceClaim, will discuss the differences between engineering and documenting products; the emerging focus of a Release-to-CAD milestone; a suggested checklist for Release-to-CAD; and new modeling tools and approaches that are appropriate on each side of the milestone.

"Due to the complexity of traditional CAD, many engineering organizations are using older technologies to capture concepts and make design decisions," commented Chad Jackson. "Progressive engineering departments are empowering engineers with newer technologies, while also recognizing and formalizing the difference between engineering and documenting products. And they're seeing results."

SpaceClaim and Lifecycle Insights have also created a White Paper on the topic, which anyone can download after registering on the SpaceClaim website.

Release-to-CAD: The New Milestone Between Designing & Documenting Products Webinar
•   March 9, 2011
•   11:00 a.m. ET – 12:00 p.m. ET
•   Registration at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/397869267

SpaceClaim, the leader in 3D Direct Modeling solutions for rapid concept design and geometry manipulation, today announced that C&R Technologies (CRTech) which provides comprehensive software for heat transfer analysis and fluid flow design, has chosen SpaceClaim to be integrated within the CRTech family of products. CRTech SpaceClaim will eliminate bottlenecks caused by CAD-based geometries that are too detailed or complex for simulation.

Complexities in creating thermal models often include issues such as inaccessibility of the CAD-based design geometry or the challenge that the geometry is too detailed for simulation purposes. Additionally, many thermal/fluid engineers are not CAD specialists. CRTech SpaceClaim will address these issues as it will enable users to import CAD parts and assemblies from virtually any CAD format to simplify and heal the geometry and then send it on for meshing. CRTech SpaceClaim will also enable engineers to modify the geometries easily should the design change.

CRTech SpaceClaim is fully compatible with C&R Technologies’ leading solutions Thermal Desktop and Thermal Workshop. CRTech’s Thermal Desktop® is a PC-based design environment for generating thermal models of electronics and vehicles. CRTech Thermal Workshop™ provides the Thermal Desktop user with the ability to add thermal model information to a CAD drawing, and to extract and mesh complex parts and assemblies.

“Preparing a model in a CAD format for simulation and analysis using the wrong software tool can add costs and lengthen the time considerably for product development,” said Rich Moore, SpaceClaim Vice President of Business Development. “SpaceClaim leads the industry in model preparation for CAE and manufacturing, removing the complexities of CAD and enabling analysts and engineers to prepare models without constraints. Our partnership with C&R Technologies gives analysts in thermal applications the freedom and flexibility to create and modify geometries.”

“With more than 4,000 customers, we provide major organizations in aerospace, petrochemical, electronics, and automotive with software, consulting and services to perform heat transfer and fluid system design and analysis,” said Brent Cullimore, President, C&R Technologies. “We are constantly evaluating new technologies to ensure our customers can work quickly and accurately with the best tools available. CRTech SpaceClaim is a great addition to our product arsenal and we look forward to continuing to leverage and combine features with CRTech Thermal Workshop.”

About SpaceClaim Corporation
SpaceClaim enables global engineering and manufacturing organizations to leverage 3D design to innovate, win more business, and get products to market faster. Engineers can rapidly create new designs as well as manipulate and simplify 2D and 3D CAD data, regardless of origin and without the complexity of traditional CAD. Customers include Nokia Siemens Networks, BorgWarner, Medtronic, Lotus Cars, Sharp, K2 Medical Systems, FuelCell Energy, Emhart Glass, GE Aviation, General Dynamics, and the U.S. Navy. SpaceClaim is privately held and backed by Borealis Ventures, Kodiak Venture Partners, and North Bridge Venture Partners. For more information on SpaceClaim, please visit www.spaceclaim.com.

About C&R Technologies
C&R Technologies provides products and services in the areas of heat transfer and fluid system design and analysis. Our customer base of over 4000 spans a broad spectrum of industries. Our tools have been chosen by NASA, Boeing, and Lockheed Martin as their standard for thermal analysis. We are the authors of the codes we sell and support commercially with personnel devoted to customer support, marketing, sales, training, and consulting. For more information please visit www.crtech.com.

TraceParts, a leading digital engineering 3D content company, and SpaceClaim, the leader in 3D Direct Modeling for engineering design, today announced the launch of an extensive online parts library seamlessly integrated with SpaceClaim’s 3D design software. This new online resource is the first of its kind to deliver native SpaceClaim models from hundreds of part catalogs commonly used in the Machinery, Tooling, Automotive and Aerospace industries.

Freely accessible from www.tracepartsonline.net/ws/spaceclaim, the new SpaceClaim 3D content portal brings considerable productivity benefits to the fast growing SpaceClaim user community. Without any desktop library to install on their PC, engineers benefit from an incredible content source, which is always up-to-date. Selected parts are directly inserted inside SpaceClaim together with their bill of materials’ attributes, such as description, part number, supplier name, and more. The time saved in this way allows the engineer to spend more time on the critical stages of the design process.

"We have been partnering with SpaceClaim since their first release in 2007 and they’ve always been very enthusiastic when we suggested new solutions to them.” says Gabriel Guigue, Managing Director of TraceParts. "We share with SpaceClaim the same vision towards leading edge innovation and I believe this new online 3D resource portal will be a major step to help engineers during the critical stages of their design process. A shorter time-to-market is getting more and more vital  and instant access to the right 3D contents increases  global competitiveness”.

“As SpaceClaim continues to be adopted as the 3D concept modeling tool of choice for large manufacturing organizations, we strive to ensure our customers have the best resources available to them,” said Chris Randles, SpaceClaim President and CEO, “Leveraging the flexibility and ease of use of SpaceClaim combined with free access and integration with the TraceParts content library, enables our customers to continue to drive innovation and tighten product development.”

About SpaceClaim Corporation
SpaceClaim enables global engineering and manufacturing organizations to leverage 3D design to innovate, win more business, and get products to market faster. Engineers can rapidly create new designs as well as manipulate and simplify 2D and 3D CAD data, regardless of origin and without the complexity of traditional CAD. Customers include Nokia Siemens Networks, BorgWarner, Medtronic, Lotus Cars, Sharp, K2 Medical Systems, FuelCell Energy, Emhart Glass, GE Aviation, General Dynamics, and the U.S Navy. SpaceClaim is privately held and backed by Borealis Ventures, Kodiak Venture Partners, and North Bridge Venture Partners. For more information on SpaceClaim, please visit www.spaceclaim.com.

About TraceParts

TraceParts is a leading digital engineering 3D content company, offering customers progressive business solutions through powerful web based products and services. As part of the Trace Software Group founded in 1989, TraceParts develops and markets software solutions for CAD parts libraries, electronic catalogs and product configurators. TraceParts brings targeted and cost-effective market penetration to part vendors, helping them to improve marketing efficiencies by increasing the value of their existing digital product data. The tracepartsonline.net CAD portal is freely available to millions of CAD users worldwide, delivering more than 200 catalogs and 100 million CAD drawings and related technical data suitable for the design, purchasing, manufacturing or maintenance processes. For more information, please visit www.traceparts.com

SpaceClaim, the leader in 3D Direct Modeling solutions for rapid concept design and geometry manipulation, today announced product enhancements designed for large manufacturing organizations who want to move to upfront concept modeling to save time and money, and continue to drive innovation. SpaceClaim 2011 – the Company’s seventh release of its software – builds on features that enable engineers to leverage 3D for concept modeling, bid modeling, and model preparation.

New in 2011 are enhancements to surface modeling, large assembly performance, model preparation for CAE and manufacturing, and enterprise integration. These capabilities align SpaceClaim with manufacturers’ business imperatives such as removing waste from product development, tightening product development costs, and using simulation more pervasively in engineering.  These enhancements are driven by SpaceClaim customers who realize that CAD products designed for detailed design and manufacturing documentation do not adequately serve many engineers.  

“SpaceClaim has experienced a very robust 2010, signing new large enterprise customers as well as international partners such as TRUMPF,” said Chris Randles, SpaceClaim President and CEO. “By elevating concept and bid modeling, advancing CAE workflow, and enabling all engineers to communicate in 3D, we’re helping our customers converge on key decisions early in the process. SpaceClaim creates a 3D specification that drives detailed design, so engineers can release to CAD when all critical gaps are removed and product success is assured. Engineers worldwide have the right tool with SpaceClaim, unencumbered by the complexity of traditional CAD software. Whether it is designing an electric bike for Volkswagen or creating electronic components for one of the world’s largest suppliers, SpaceClaim offers the flexibility for engineers to succeed.”

New capabilities in SpaceClaim 2011 range from increasingly accessible surfacing, assembly, and model preparation enhancements to strengthened sheet metal and CAD interoperability features. Highlights include:

* New modeling capabilities continue to make SpaceClaim the fastest tool for part and assembly design, including improved surface modeling, freeform sketching, and ability to work with symmetry. 
* SpaceClaim leads the industry in model preparation for CAE and manufacturing, and has added a new capability to select faces by area and greatly expedite volume extraction for CFD and mold design.
* New sheet metal capabilities help engineers explore a broader array of features used in sheet metal production.
* Mesh data can now be directly reused to make precise 3D models, and enhanced translators support many new CAD releases.
* The TraceParts content library is now provided as a free online service for all users.
* Customers with floating licenses can now borrow them for offline use.

Numerous improvements in documentation and customization capabilities make it easier for large customers to deploy SpaceClaim to engineering teams worldwide.  See the What's New page for further details on the enhancements and new features in SpaceClaim 2011.

SpaceClaim is the first software tool designed to enable 3D engineering outside of traditional CAD. By communicating in 3D prior to release to CAD, engineers can capture knowledge that drives better design decisions, focus on value and eliminate unnecessary specifications, and move the design to CAD only when success is assured. Engineering-driven product development with SpaceClaim shortens time-to-market, creates stronger innovation, and improves customer satisfaction.

For more information on SpaceClaim visit: www.spaceclaim.com

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