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Software add-on enables apps that integrate with CAD

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This company has updated its LiveLink for SolidWorks products. As an add-on to the company’s Multiphysics software, LiveLink for SolidWorks allows a computer-aided design (CAD) model to be synScreen Shot 2017-02-27 at 8.57.50 AMchronized between the two software packages. The latest version of LiveLink for SolidWorks allows easy access for launching and running simulation apps that can be used in synchronicity with SolidWorks software. Simulation specialists and analysts can now build apps with the Application Builder to enable users, such as design engineers, to analyze and modify a geometry from SolidWorks software right from the tailor made interface of the app. — Comsol, Inc., Burlington, Mass.

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