San Jose, California, January 7, 2009 – GEOMATE Company today released GrafiCalc 2010 software that enables engineers to conceptualize, analyze, and validate critical product performance and producibility parameters before committing to expensive modeling and manufacturing resources.
GrafiCalc 2010 is industry-first conceptual engineering software that combines the disciplines of parametric sketching, automated engineering calculations, geometry backsolving, motion simulation, transient design data collection, and statistical tolerance analysis in a single easy to use application. GrafiCalc 2010 can be used standalone as well as in conjunction with Microsoft Office and all popular CAD applications. With GrafiCalc 2010, design and quality engineers can reduce design costs, improve quality, while significantly improving their chances of developing products that work as expected the very first time.
Easy to setup facilities in GrafiCalc 2010 help users to swiftly create digital prototypes that include geometry as well as mathematical aspects of the design challenge. Whether users wish to perform "what if" analysis of new product concepts or evaluate multifaceted design challenges up-front at the system level, GrafiCalc 2010 can deliver performance and producibility related decision-support information and optimal solutions in less time than any other known method.
“Engineering companies are faced with an ever-increasing demand for more complex products, quicker delivery, and greater levels of functionality of each product they design,” said Shyamal Roy, founder of GEOMATE Company. “These pressures raise the stakes of getting design and manufacturing right the first time. With GrafiCalc 2010, costly "build-test-fix" procedures can be dramatically minimized leading to faster time to market with higher-quality designs.”
GEOMATE, an employee owned company located in San Jose, California, develops and markets engineering decision-support software currently used by thousands of engineers worldwide.