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6/4/2013

Viewer Software Enables Mark-up of CAD Files

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Kubotek USA will highlight the KeyMarkUp CAD Viewer, part of its family of CAD software products.

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Kubotek USA will highlight the KeyMarkUp CAD Viewer, part of its family of CAD software products. KeyMarkUp views and marks up more than two dozen CAD file formats and can also export various file types, the company says. The program enables measurement analysis, printing and CAD data exporting for better communication and collaboration, as well as more accurate quoting.

 
A dynamic selection tool enables users to create cross sections of complex parts or assemblies to check geometry or measurements. Multiple dimensioning, measuring and mass property features, calculating tools, and mold design tools simplify quoting and estimating. An optional mold and die module increases moldmakers’ productivity by enabling them to use several mold specific features to better analyze models to locate problems or to prepare more accurate quotations.  KeyMarkUp mold tools include draft angle analysis, thickness analysis, shrinkage calculation, static interference check and calculation of projected surfaces.
 

 

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