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Spatial Corp and ModuleWorks Collaborate on CAD/CAM Solutions for Additive and Hybrid Machining

Spatial Corp, the leading provider of 3D software development toolkits
(SDKs) for design, manufacturing, and engineering solutions, and a
subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes, and ModuleWorks, the leading supplier
of CAD/CAM software development toolkits for machining and simulation,
have developed SDKs (aka software components) that offer CAD/CAM vendors
complete workflow solutions for additive and hybrid machining.

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Example workflow combining Spatial’s 3D InterOp and CGM Polyhedra, and ModuleWorks machining engines ...

Example workflow combining Spatial’s 3D InterOp and CGM Polyhedra, and ModuleWorks machining engines (Graphic: Business Wire)

For the past several years, both Spatial and ModuleWorks
have enjoyed a successful cooperation and share a large customer base
that benefits from the synergy between their SDKs. This cooperation
between Spatial and ModuleWorks ensures fast and flexible integration of
libraries from both companies into CAD/CAM applications, accelerating
the development of advanced, cost-effective workflow solutions for their
customers.

The powerful CGM
Polyhedra
SDK from Spatial Corp, and the launch of the new
high-performance additive components from ModuleWorks, extends this
cooperation into the field of additive and hybrid machining.

“We are looking forward to the launch of our new components for additive
and hybrid machining,” said Mathias Rohler, Product Manager for Additive
and Hybrid Machining at ModuleWorks. “Spatial’s CGM Polyhedra models
provide excellent input data for our components. When used in
combination, these libraries empower vendors with the tools they need to
provide new, powerful, 3D printing solutions for end users.”

“Our continued cooperation with ModuleWorks will further enable us to
deliver an integrated software platform to empower 3D printing OEMs and
ISVs to create a single, comprehensive application, covering all the
additive manufacturing software tasks,” said Ray Bagley, Product Manager
for Modeling Products and Additive
Manufacturing
at Spatial. “This integrated solution combines the
power of 3D
InterOp
, CGM
Polyhedra
, and ModuleWorks machining engines. Customers will be able
to leverage this solution to deliver much more robust applications to
their end users, improving their user experience and production
efficiency, all while reducing their own risk and getting to revenue
faster.”

With sophisticated surface recognition and the powerful checking and
healing capabilities, Spatial’s CGM Polyhedra SDK delivers a precise,
watertight mesh. This mesh, along with high-precision CAD data, can be
passed to the high-performance ModuleWorks additive and hybrid
manufacturing components to create complete, cost-effective workflows
for high-quality additive and hybrid machining applications. The
ModuleWorks additive software components offer toolpath calculation and
simulation, as well as advanced nozzle and material definition, multiple
STL capabilities, and automatic nesting.

About ModuleWorks

ModuleWorks is a software component provider for the CAD/CAM industry.
ModuleWorks’ expertise in toolpath creation and simulation is recognized
throughout the CAM industry and its software components and development
services are used by the majority of the leading CAM vendors for
sophisticated industry focused solutions across diverse business
sectors. ModuleWorks 5-Axis and Simulation software has been used in the
manufacture of complex parts for over a decade and they have many users
across the global CAD/CAM industry. The new ModuleWorks components for
additive and hybrid machining extend the proven ModuleWorks
functionality to the field of 3D printing.

About
Spatial

Spatial Corp, a Dassault Systèmes subsidiary, is the leading provider of 3D
software development toolkits
(SDKs) for technical applications
across multiple industries. Spatial’s 3D
modeling
, 3D
visualization
, and 3D
interoperability
SDKs help accelerate 3D innovation and expand what
is possible. Customers are able to maintain focus on core competencies,
while reducing cost and time-to-market. For over 30 years, Spatial’s 3D
SDKs have been adopted by many of the world’s most recognized software
developers, manufacturers, research institutes, and universities.
Headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, Spatial has offices in the USA,
Germany, Japan, China, and the United Kingdom. For more information on Spatial,
visit web,
LinkedIn,
Facebook,
or Twitter.

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