Power Surfacing wins Gold Medal at SolidWorks World!
See nominating article - "nPower Makes SolidWorks a Surfacing Monster"
Do you ever run into problems trying to Shell or Thicken your parts?
Are you tired of having to tweak your models and make endless adjustments in order to make the Shell / Thicken commands work?
Shelling (and Thicken) failures are a common issue for virtually all CAD systems. Power Shell introduces new patent pending technology that finally addresses this important issue. Power Shell and Power Thicken use a new process for dealing with the complex Shelling and Offsetting failing cases typically encountered in CAD systems.
Power Shell & Power Thicken complement the SolidWorks Shell / Thicken tools. When Shell & Thicken fail, Power Shell & Power Thicken prevail. Power Shell and Power Thicken are intended to be used in the cases that fail the SolidWorks Shell / Thicken commands. When the SolidWorks Shell (or Thicken) command fails, you should use Power Shell to get the job done (instead of wasting time trying to modify your design so that the Shell command might work).
- Shell, Hollow, Thicken
- Work with solids (Power Shell) or surfaces (Power Thicken)
Offset inside or outside
- Handles complex surfaces, small radii, large radii, intersected surfaces, and virtually all difficult cases for standard shelling commands.
- Handles clearance values
Verification of offset distances (thickness)
Rounding of corners and edges
- Undo / Redo
- Integration with SOLIDWORKS® Feature Tree Editing
- Power Shell and Power Thicken are included with Power Surfacing and Power Surfacing RE