CADFIT offers engineers an easy way to assess the quality of their CAD data and to target repairs to their data set. Here's how it works: CADFIT gathers basic information about all the files in the target directories such as file type, size, creation date, last modification date, etc. Additional detailed information is extracted from SolidWorks file types, such as custom properties, the version of SolidWorks in use when the file was last saved, and most importantly, external file references.
The capabilities of CADFIT are particularly useful to those preparing for a PDM data load. By quantifying the scale of existing problems with the quality of CAD data, CADFIT can help justify the need for, and use of, better CAD data management processes and tools.
"What an eye opener," said James Perron, systems administrator at OYSTAR Packaging Technologies. "CADFIT showed us how bad our networks really were. We had no idea of the thousands of duplicate and missing files in our system. We actually thought we were handling the data well. Employees make duplicate files and put them on hard drives, move files around on the network. Without a tool like CADFIT, how would you know?"
About Razorleaf Corporation
Razorleaf is a services provider that helps companies become market leaders through the measured application of technology and best practices to existing business processes. Razorleaf specializes in process analysis, implementation, training and support of enterprise technologies including Design Automation ( DA), Enterprise Portal ( SharePoint), Product Data Management/Technical Data Management ( PDM/TDM), and Product Lifecycle Management ( PLM) solutions.
With over 100 active customers and more than 200 implementations, Razorleaf offers expertise in leading software from Actify, Aras, Autodesk, Dassault Systemes, DriveWorks, Microsoft, ShareVis, SolidWorks, and Tacton.
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