Detroit Engineered Products (DEP), the creators of MeshWorks, an integrated CAE platform has been awarded a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its ‘Automated Process for Parametric modeling.’ This automated parametric modeling process generally includes an automated parametric process to build a parameterized computer-aided engineering model from computer-aided design (CAD).
The automated processor included a set of rules and templates for identifying geometric features. This feature generates parameters automatically, allowing for the efficient creation of modifications to various elements in the parametric model. Engineers can use the parametric approach to create different configurations of their designs quickly and easily. By changing interconnected attributes, it changes the features automatically, allowing designers to define entire classes of shapes rather than just specific instances. MeshWorks’ parametric modeler ensures design optimization with minimal input, making modification and updating tasks easier and more efficient.
“We are pleased that the US Patent Office has yet again recognized the uniqueness of our Automated Process for Parametric modeling product,” said Radha Krishnan, Founder & President, Detroit Engineered Products (DEP), on receiving the patent. He further added, “Recognitions like these encourage and inspire us to develop such innovative solutions for rapid product development. I would like to congratulate and thank the entire DEP family for their unwavering support and dedication. We are excited to continue on this path of growth and to reach such significant milestones.”
DEP’s mission is to democratize the product development process and make simulation services available to all. DEP aims to embrace emerging industry trends with such advancements in order to deliver more innovative solutions