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Now you know where "cutter" came from
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here is a quote from the newest CAD co on the block.
'SpaceClaim enables upfront analysis and complements and leverages investments in existing CAD tools. SpaceClaim supports standard data exchange formats ACIS, STEP, IGES, ECAD, Rhinoceros?, DWG, DXF, STL, OBJ, XAML, VRML, 3D PDF (requires Adobe? Acrobat? 9 Pro Extended) and includes interactivity with Bunkspeed? HyperShot?. With add-on modules, SpaceClaim Engineer can import and edit Pro/ENGINEER?, Autodesk? Inventor?, CATIA? v4 and v5, VDA, Parasolid?, SolidWorks?, JT", and NX? native files. '
I am curious as to how they manage to work with all those file types? Face limitations? and Native files? How does a CAD company manage to edit native files from a competitor vendor when the competitor is typicall tight lipped about it's file definitions etc.
In an aside but similar here is a presentation slide set from Focus_K3D re Generative Modelling Language - very definitely where product development is going.
The is something very alluring about the idea of being able to take any file and do what ever you like to it.... Now, would I use that? Not sure I'd have the opportunity. Scott could.... 'cos art doesn't have the same function limitations as MCAD item typically do.
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