[cad-linux] from: Cadalyst Newsline

  • From: phrostie <pfrostie@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cad-linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, cad-linux-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 12:02:27 -0800 (PST)

Cadalyst Newsline: News and Productivity Tips for CAD Users
01/26/04. Volume 9 No. 4
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9. BUSINESS NOTES: NEW SOLVERS, LINUX INITIATIVE
Russian company LEDAS, a new entrant in the CAD geometric solver 
market, released a 2D geometric solver and has a 3D solver in the 
works. LGS (LEDAS Geometric Solver) v1.0 supports creation and 
modification of designs using geometric and engineering constraints. 
LEDAS says its scalable architecture makes variational and parametric 
techniques available in a wide range of products. Planned future 
enhancements include full support for splines, well-constrained 
diagnostics, move-under constraints, autoconstraining, and 
optimization algorithms. The 3D version of LGS is due for prerelease 
in the third quarter of 2004. 
http://www.ledas.com

Silicon Graphics launched an initiative to extend its graphics 
technology to systems running the Linux operating system. SGI will 
work with various open source graphics projects, including Chromium, 
and release a developer toolkit. The goal is to provide a commercial 
Linux visualization solution on par with UNIX systems. 
http://www.sgi.com


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