veoBASE

By veoBASE Teraport offers its customers a highly capable 3D-viewer. Its focus is on fast visualization if large assemblies. A large number of CAD interfaces makes sure virtualy every model is readable and displayable. Aside from basic functionality like measuring and sectioning veoBASE offers a wide range of additional features in the fields of DMU, analysis, calculation and simulation. These are bundled in optional workbenches. The specialty: Ambitionous customers are able to have  individual functionality integrated in a customer specific workbench allowing full interaction with the 3D Models in the viewport. The special concept of veoBASE’s modular architecture allows this in a fast yet robust manner. A concept proved in its application within representative customers many times.

veoBASE, overview of functionality:

    • High visualization performance: Many models, short loading times
    • 3D interaction: Rotate, zoom, pan, set focus, individual mouse settings, supports 3D Connexion devices
    • User specific layouts: Windows customizable, dual screen support, user specific shortcuts
    • Sectioning and measuring in 2D and 3D
    • Property editor per part: Transparency, color, nomenclature and positioning
    • Eigenschaftseditor für Bauteile: Transparenz, Farbe, Bennenung und Positionierung
    • 3D CAD formats(assemblies and parts): Catia, NX, Creo, Solidworks, JT
    • Modification and export of assemblies (e.g. CatProduct & CatPart to PLMXML & JT)
    • 3D viewport includes show/no show workspace

Available functionality in extentions (workbenches):

    • Dedicated neighboursearch (based on exact distance value) > Video
    • Calculation of geometrical diffetrences between models
    • Wallchecks based on iso surfaces (min, max, distance areas)
    • Undercuts within models
    • Projected areas of models on surfaces
    • Complex winding of (sheet metal parts)
    • Mounting and demounting simulation (incl. animations and videos)
    • Optimizing (smoothing) of animations paths
    • Swept volume generation over movement procedures (e.g. engine vibration/movement)