solidThinking Launches solidThinking Inspire 2014

New features include geometry simplification tools, linear static analysis and concentrated mass parts.

solidThinking Inc. has released the latest version of its Inspire software. The platform enables design engineers, product designers and architects to create and investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily, the company states.

Inspire 2014 New features in Inspire 2014. Image courtesy of solidThinking.

New features of solidThinking Inspire 2014 include geometry simplification tools, linear static analysis, concentrated mass parts, smoothing options and the ability to export solid geometry.

“With solidThinking Inspire 2014 we focused on enhancing the concept development process by proposing designs that can be rapidly iterated and easily exported to the user’s preferred computer-aided design (CAD) tool,” says Andy Bartels, program manager for solidThinking Inspire. “We put a strong emphasis on improving the usability of the software while adding new features like geometry simplification tools for easier model setup and analysis to help users verify their concepts, all directly in the Inspire interface. These new features will allow customers to apply Inspire to a much broader set of design problems.”

For more information, visit solidThinking Inc.

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

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