ZWCAD Software Co., Ltd, a leading provider of CAD/CAM software, announced today at its annual ZWSOFT Partner Conference, the release of ZW3D 2010, a complete 3D CAD/CAM suite that provides ease-of-use, performance, and super-fast modeling functionality.
Explore the unlimited design possibilities of ZW3D 2010! With advanced modules for 3D part and assembly modeling, 2D production drawing, Mold & Die design, Reverse Engineering, Sheet Metal, motion simulation, and optimized 2 through 5-axis high-speed machining, this easy-on-the-budget solution does it all! ZW3D enables designers to work seamlessly with solids, surfaces, and manufacturing data in a completely integrated environment. Since the ZW3D Overdrive™ kernel is truly hybrid, healing or repairing models is not necessary, so designers can speed production by effortlessly mixing solids and surfaces. With ZW3D freeform Class-A surface modeling you can almost feel the smooth surface.
Reverse Engineering and Mold & Die Design are built into ZW3D so designers can generate and modify complex 3D models and molds on-the-fly from existing physical parts. With this much power, there’s no need to purchase expensive 3rd party add-ons. What’s more, ZW3D radically simplifies Rapid Prototyping with its powerful manipulation, optimization and validation of surfaces, solids, STL, and scan data. Fully-integrated CAM means all models, even STL and Point Clouds are fully associative with manufacturing, which is just one-click away. You will dramatically cut manufacturing costs and increase shop capacity.
Another exciting feature of ZW3D 2010 is the built-in learning system, Show-n-Tell™. These integrated tutorials are like 3D books and virtually eliminate the cost of learning a new system. Show-n-Tell includes a complete set of authoring tools so that users can create their own tutorials, useful for capturing company know-how and process information.
Experience ZW3D 2010, where the only limit is your imagination. Please go to http://zw3d.zwcad.org to download a free 30-day trial today.