Kubotek3D Partners with intrinSIM  

Cooperation leverages intrinSIM’s engineering software connections to broaden use of the Kubotek KOSMOS Framework.

Cooperation leverages intrinSIM’s engineering software connections to broaden use of the Kubotek KOSMOS Framework.

Kubotek3D reports that intrinSIM has signed a definitive agreement to add the Kubotek Kosmos 3D framework to its portfolio of Embeddable Technologies for Engineering. intrinSIM will partner with Kubotek3D on business development and licensing of the Kubotek KOSMOS 3D Framework worldwide.

Kubotek Kosmos 3D framework is an advanced set of C/C++ software components that support development of specialized design applications, CAD/CAM, CMM and CAE utility programs, and high-fidelity movement of data between engineering software programs.

Features

  • supports 3D solid models with associative GD&T manufacturing information;
  • includes automatic geometric feature recognition;
  • includes manifold and non-manifold topology and multi-dimensional bodies;
  • read files from all major MCAD databases; and
  • data architecture minimizes translation by preserving complex geometry definition structures native to each engineering database.

There is support available for standard STEP, IGES and VDA files, neutral ACIS SAT, Parasolid X_T, JT, and STL files, and proprietary files from Dassault CATIA and SolidWorks, Siemens NX and Solid Edge, PTC Creo and Pro/E, and Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD.

A variable precision system provides a solution for data coming from different CAD databases that use different modeling precision in models ranging from microns to millions of miles in size.

Addition highlights include that it is written from the ground up with multi-threading in mind. It includes advanced math algorithms to optimize mathematical operations. There's a small file size combined with smaller memory footprint to enable larger datasets.

There's an optimal condensed format for database save and restore. Users can easily expand to new platforms and markets. Libraries are supported and tested on Windows, MacOS, Linux, and Android. Also, there's complete Unicode support, compatibility with .NET (Visual Basic, C#, etc.) and ELK Scheme; and full Lua scripting support to extend your applications.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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