"There are times when manipulation of the model in the digital domain makes sense," said Brian Kissel, Paraform
's chief executive officer.
"The expansion of our product line reaffirms Paraform's commitment to deliver the best possible solutions to customers who are looking for high performance capabilities for rapid creation and manipulation of high precision, complex 3D shapes," noted Brian Kissel, CEO of Paraform.
The company's second major release in just five months, Paraform 1.5 was developed in response to feedback from customers, including Ford Motor Co., Boeing, Titleist/Footjoy Worldwide, Hasbro, Sony Pictures, CBS TV, and others.
Paraform 1.5 was designed for ease-of-use and offers a highly scalable solution.
Paraform also offers the Points2Polys functionality of its 1.5 product for free via download from the Paraform web site to qualified professionals.
By making this technology available at no charge, Paraform has broken all barriers to using point clouds in design and production.
Paraform 1.5 is currently available for both Microsoft Windows NT and Silicon Graphics IRIX operating systems, starting at $17,000 for U.S.
prills were used in acrylate ester production for several years at Clover Bar until the Celanese Chemical Company in Texas decided to take over that part of the business and the paraform
prilling operation at the Clover Bar plant was shut down.
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