ZW3D, the most recognized solution provider for superior CAD/CAM modeling toward manufacturing industry, has recently published a CAD/CAM white paper that focuses on some concrete approaches useful for product design to produce superior products within a short span of time.
ZW3D CAD/CAM is based on an exclusive OverdriveTM kernel and it facilitates the designers the following six aspects to transform their imaginative intuitions into real products.
Sketch Suppleness: ZW3D contains an in-built sketching library alias “Ready Sketch” that can be used to draw standard parts with some simplified processes. There exist an equation curve that can create standard parts drawing instantly. Any modification can be undertaken through drag & drop operations.
Modeling Suppleness: Before, diversified modeling commands are required by the designers separately to create surfaces and models. But with ZW3D’s Solid-Surface Hybrid Modeling technique, that provides Boolean operation for both solid and surface geometries, it becomes easier to generate 3d models efficiently.
First-rate Surface: In order to make products with greatest surfaces, continuous curves and surfaces are necessary. ZW3D facilitates the designers to create surfaces from continuous curves. Besides, the quality of the curves and surfaces are enhanced greatly with curvature tools throughout the operation.
Assembly Modeling: The quality of the design is improved significantly through flexible assembly design. ZW3D supports Bottom-up assembly design as well as Top-down assembly deign. With ZW3D, the designers can make the design of autonomous parts and the updating of associative parts effortlessly.
Editing Flexibleness: There are some tools useful for parametric modeling and direct editing within ZW3D which empower the designers to modify models instantly without difficulty at each production design phase.
Documentation: ZW3D supports 2D and 3D documentation together. 2D documentation is performed through 2D drafting, whereas models are visible three-dimensionally in PDF documents devoid of 3D software.
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