GEOMATE announces tolerance analysis wizard for Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Mechanical

San Jose, CA, July 21, 2008 - GEOMATE Company today announced the release of ToleranceCalc 6.0 tolerance analysis software seamlessly integrated within Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Mechanical applications. ToleranceCalc 6.0 wizard empowers Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Mechanical users to attain design performance and manufacturing cost goals at more demanding product quality levels with unprecedented ease, speed, and accuracy.

ToleranceCalc 6.0 delivers powerful capabilities that have never been available before to Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Mechanical users - perform tolerance analysis of parts and assemblies with the same ease as spell checking at any stage of the design process. ToleranceCalc 6.0 concurrently delivers worst case and statistical analysis results for 1D and 2D vector chains that are defined using model geometry as overlay. For each analysis run ToleranceCalc 6.0 delivers complete sensitivity analysis results that enables users to develop sound tolerance allocation strategies to improve their chances of reducing product costs while achieving optimal product performance.

GEOMATE Company has over 12 years of research and development experience focused on developing next-generation geometry-synchronous calculation technologies. GEOMATE Company's groundbreaking matrix based geometry constraining technology coupled with high performance Monte Carlo analysis and reporting capabilities have made ToleranceCalc 6.0 a true breakthrough release and sets a new standard for tolerance analysis products on the market today.

ToleranceCalc 6.0 is an Autodesk Inventor 2009 certified application. ToleranceCalc 6.0 can also be used in the standalone mode in conjunction with all popular DXF compliant CAD applications.

Availability: Immediate
Price: Available on request
More Information: http://www.tolerancecalc.com

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