Fujitsu has launched the latest version of its 3D CAD software for industrial machinery design labeled as iCAD SX V7L6. It incorporates a proprietary 3D CAD engine which is the world’s fastest and can process 1 million components in 0.2 seconds.
It has become important for the machinery and equipment industry to improve development facilities and design quality so as to reduce design man-hours. Even though the design department can avail efficiency through 3D designs, the manufacturing departments still need multiple 2D blueprints implying that the reduced man-hours have not been realized across the whole design process.
So, in order to resolve such issues, Fujitsu has come up with iCAD SX V7l6 with enhanced diagram creation functionality and functionality for compiling as well as using design information.
Fujitsu Launches the Latest Version of its 3D CAD Software for Industrial Machinery Design
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This version of the software can record within the 3D data not only component material, weight, and price information, but also component configuration information and part numbers alongside sequence information.
It facilitates easy creation of isometric cross-section diagrams which in turn enables the detailed diagrams and cross-sections required in assembly diagrams to be displayed on 1 isometric cross-section diagram.
With this software, the correct patterns for combining fastener components can be saved and multiple components can be recognized as a single component. This increases the efficiency of positioning components and reduces errors in the combination of components.
Fujitsu has enhanced the piping route design functionality in 3D. Users can design piping while visually checking the positional relationship with surrounding devices on the screen that improves product quality and work efficiency.
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