The Polygonica team will be exhibiting and talking about their innovative offering and the new possibilities for 3D modelling available now to software developers.
You can meet the Polygonica team at DEVELOP3D LIVE on March, the 20th at Warwick University on stand number 68. DEVELOP3D LIVE brings essential technologies used throughout the entire product development process, from concept development through analysis to fabrication. https://develop3dlive.com/exhibitor/polygonica/
AMUG EXPO CONFERENCE
You can also listen to Dr Fenqiang Lin talking about the challenges and opportunities for polygon modelling at the AMUGexpo, in St Louis, on the 9th of April at 2 pm. AMUG is a global community focused on accelerating the education and advancement of additive manufacturing and 3D Printing. http://www.amug.com/amugexpo/
RAPID + TCT
The Polygonica is also exhibiting at RAPID + TCT in Forth Worth, United States from the 24-26th of April, booth number 2027. At RAPID+TCT you can learn how to use 3D technologies, consult with 3D technology industry experts, network within the 3D manufacturing community, see ground-breaking product launches and discover the latest trends in additive manufacturing. http://www.rapid3devent.com/
Polygonica delivers a flexible and interactive software toolkit for shaping 3D models and enabling software developers in manufacturing, engineering or design to unlock their 3D modelling creativity. The functionality provided within Polygonica kernel will help create, process or optimise high-end polygonal models faster.
Polygonica’s geometrical modelling features allows to easily manipulate polygon meshes within specified tolerances. For example, Polygonica enables the design of 3D objects, not just based on triangles but on recognised structures such as high-level machining features on a solid model. It also provides embossing or engraving regions of a solid and localised offsetting of the surface of a solid while managing the surrounding topology.
Additionally, Polygonica innovative modelling capabilities will shape the modification of solids using smoothing and fairing algorithms so designing 3D models becomes a more ‘fluid’ affair.
The sophisticated algorithms behind Polygonica provide accurate calculations of the wall thickness on a solid which is essential for the quality of the 3D model. Similarly, the fast calculation of lattices to provide internal structure for a hollow solid is another example of vast range of tools that the Polygonica modeller has on offer.