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TedA
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10/09/06 01:42 PM
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You mentioned in your post that CETOL is based on vector-loop technology. This is no longer a valid comment, even though the original research with Sigmetrix and Dr. Chase involved vector loop models, and Dr. Chase continues to use vector loop models for some of his publications and explanations on the ADCATS website. Early releases of TI/TOL (the precursor to CETOL) were based on a vector-loop model. That was from 1994 through 1998. There are many inherent limitations to the vector-loop approach. The current CETOL software uses a much more sophisticated modeling approach that has two components: a kinematic assembly modeler with advanced joints based on precise contacting surfaces and a part modeler based on feature constraint technology. This modeling approach supports the precise modeling of complex 3-D parts and assemblies for tolerance analysis.




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SubjectPosted byPosted on
*Today's Culture in Tolerance Analysis Blocks Real Benefits  02/24/06 07:26 AM
.*Tolerance analysis is not a solid engineering/science yetPinsan Cheng  07/10/06 05:23 PM
.*Re: ToleranceJeremy Wright  07/12/06 01:21 PM
.*Re: Tolerance TedA   10/09/06 01:42 PM
.*Re: ToleranceTim McLellan  09/12/06 03:39 AM
.*Re: ToleranceJR Haag  10/03/06 08:32 AM
.*Re: ToleranceNorm  10/05/06 03:38 PM
.*You're right as usual!icconian  02/24/06 07:26 AM
.*Tolerance Analysis ReduxDavidO  09/16/06 06:55 PM
.*Looking for opportunity in Tolerance AnalysisSrini  11/29/06 11:45 AM
.*Re: Tolerance Analysis ReduxDave S.  11/07/06 08:09 PM
.*Re: Tolerance Analysis ReduxNorm  11/28/06 10:31 AM
.*Re: Tolerance Analysis Redux TedA   10/09/06 01:53 PM
.*Re: Tolerance Analysis ReduxTom R.  10/30/06 07:18 AM
.*Re: You're right as usual!Norm Crawford  03/01/06 10:28 AM
.*Re: You're right as usual! Sturdy   02/28/06 06:01 PM
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