Solids# is a fully functional geometric modeling kernel written in the C# language. It contains classes to create and manipulate CAD Boundary Representations (BREP), polygonal meshes, subdivision surfaces, and compact mesh structures. The BREP utilizes a Non-Manifold Topological representation along with NURBS-based curves and surfaces. The polygonal meshes utilize the Face-Edge data structure. The subdivision surface mesh supports Catmul-Clark subdivision. The compact mesh is an index based format, which is structured similar to the Wavefront OBJ file format.
The Solids# Applications provide advanced applications in the area of reverse engineering for subdivision surfaces, scanned meshes and sculpted meshes into CAD compatible NURBS Breps.
Solids++ is a full function geometric modeling kernel written in the C++ language. It contains classes to create and manipulate both CAD Boundary Representations (BREP) and polygonal meshes. It provides a Non-Manifold Topological representation along with NURBS-based curves and surfaces. Operations supported include Boolean, Filleting, Shelling, Tessellation, etc.
POPLib++ (Polygon Optimization Library) is a subset of Solids++ designed specifically for converting CAD data into a high quality, water tight polygonal meshes. POPLib is an industry leading tessellation engine. It can control of the tessellation using chord height tolerances, angular tolerances, maximum edge length and aspect ratio.
Our data translation libraries provide the ability to import and export standard CAD formats such as STEP, IGES, SAT, and openNURBS.
- Solids# Kernel
- Solids# Applications
- Cyborg3D# Platform
- Solids++ Kernel
- POPLib Tessellation
- Data Translation
IntegrityWare, Inc. updates it's website to reflect a new product line based on the Solids# geometric modeling kernel. We believe that this is the only available geometric kernel completely implemented using the C# programming language.
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