SOURCE: SpaceClaim Corporation
CONCORD, MA--(Marketwire - Sep 12, 2011) - SpaceClaim, the market leader in direct modeling software that enables all engineers to work in 3D, today announced that the Company is hosting a webinar on September 14th conducted by CIMdata analyst Ken Versprille featuring SpaceClaim customers Ramboll A/S and McCormick Stevenson on how they overcome challenges imposed by geometry for CAE analysis work.
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 and also support an intuitive user interface that is easy to learn for non-CAD experts.
CIMdata is a non-biased, independent, global consulting firm that has established itself as a world-leading source of information and guidance to both industrial organizations and suppliers of PLM technologies and services. Ramboll A/S is a leading engineering, design and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945 with over 10,000 experts on staff. McCormick Stevenson, based in the U.S., provides mechanical engineering ruggedized solutions for aerospace, defense and homeland security industries.
Details on this upcoming webinar are as follows:
- Overcoming the Barriers Imposed by Geometry
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, 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 on SpaceClaim, please visit www.spaceclaim.com.