Rochester, MI, Jul 7, 2015 – DELRAY Systems announced today it has signed an agreement with ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS) to sell their award winning software, ANSYS® SpaceClaim®, in Michigan, Ohio and to 3D printer users in parts of the Midwest. Engineers and designers can rapidly create concepts with a simple yet powerful interface or easily import any major CAD model for advance editing. Machinists also find the tool essential for repair, de-featuring, and prep for both traditional and advance additive manufacturing processes. SpaceClaim has revolutionized product development and manufacturing workflows by enabling engineers to work faster through such innovations as expansive editing and management of faceted models, improved toolpath functionality and the ability to easily create complex geometry.
“We are very fortunate to team up with an innovative company like ANSYS. SpaceClaim is the ultimate design/repair tool to complement our 3D printing and scanning technologies,” said Joe Rocca, President of DELRAY Systems. “We are confident ANSYS will continue to be the premier technology leader for 3D direct modeling and to easily solve problematic, complex geometry issues.”
About DELRAY Systems
DELRAY Systems provides process improvement solutions for automating manufacturing, reverse engineering and product development processes. This includes 3D printing or additive manufacturing, 3D scanning, and 3D modeling solutions. DELRAY Systems recently opened a training and technology center at Oakland University Rochester, MI, OUinc facility. The structure was built in 1935 and used as an equestrian arena by Frances Dodge, the daughter of John Francis Dodge (co-founder of Dodge Motor Company). It has since been converted to a state-of-the-art clean energy, advance manufacturing, engineering and development center. Please visit the company's website at www.3d-printer.com or www.delraysys.com or call 248-218-1916.