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solidThinking Highlighting New Software at EuroMold 2009

By DE Editors

solidThinking, Inc. will demonstrate its latest software at the EuroMold 2009 world trade fair being held this week at the Exhibition Center in Frankfurt, Germany.

Attendees will have the opportunity to see live demonstrations of solidThinking’s new “morphogenesis” technology, which draws on the principles of biomimicry to allow users to explore and experiment with their designs using form generation.

solidThinking’s NURBS-based 3D conceptual design software aims to encourage innovation in industrial designers and architects through a number of features, including an intuitive user interface, ConstructionTree technology that allows designers to experiment in real time without having to start from scratch when they change their minds, and real-time photorealistic imaging capabilities for design visualization. With solidThinking Inspired, users have the capability to run morphogenesis form-generation technology to grow efficient shapes in response to environmental forces and pressures.

“One of solidThinking’s key differentiators is its ability to invite and encourage creative design exploration without sacrificing compatibility or collaboration with industrial designers’ engineering partners,” said Alex Mazzardo, vice president of product strategy and marketing for solidThinking. “Product development teams seeking to reduce the number of physical prototypes and design reinterpretations between designers and engineers will find that solidThinking will help them increase efficiency, boost productivity, and improve overall product value. Our exhibition at EuroMold will offer designers from all over the world the opportunity to experience firsthand the advanced capabilities and benefits of solidThinking 8.0 and solidThinking 8.0 Inspired.”

For more information, visit solidThinking.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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