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Hi together,


The software CAESES is a CAD and optimization platform. For students and PhD students there are free non-commercial licenses available. In addition, there are low-price offers for start-ups and smaller companies.


CAESES can be used for 2D and 3D parametric modeling, see this link for some information about its CAD capabilities. Here are some screenshots: post-8-0-01896100-1509609128_thumb.png post-8-0-52802100-1439207310_thumb.png post-8-0-63278000-1509609173_thumb.png


Compared to traditional CAD systems, CAESES is a bit different. It comes with a strict object-oriented approach, i.e. the user sets up dependencies between objects and these dependencies are then kept. This makes it easy to automate the geometry generation process.


Here are some features of CAESES:


  • Full 2D and 3D modeling capabilities (NURBS-based)
  • Roughly 20 curve types and 15 surface types
  • Standard transformations (translation, rotation, scaling)
  • Writing of custom features and functions
  • Boolean operations
  • Trimming
  • Fillets between surfaces
  • Morphing functionality for deformation of existing geometry
  • Surface tessellation control through e.g. trimesh objects to create and fine-tune custom STL data
  • Common import and export formats e.g. IGES, STEP, PARASOLID, STL
  • Industry-specific modules for blade and ship design
  • Batch mode for non-GUI (hidden) geometry generation in the background







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