Planned for Jan 2021
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|A||Volume Meshing||The ability to convert a BRep object to a FemMesh of TET4 or TET10.
We were unable to deliver this feature in Jan 2020, we don’t have the time to test this complex module properly, we plan to add it within Q2 2020.
|A||Tangent Intersection||Tangent intersections in BRep booleans. We now support a number of special cases.||Ultimate||50%|
|B||.NET Core||Portability to .NET Core platform assessment||All||0%|
|C||Lazy loading of huge models||The ability to load only the file structure (in terms of part names or layers) of huge assemblies/drawings and load only the desired geometry. Although almost ready, this project is paused because we need to decide what to do with objects that reference other objects. When you partially load geometry, external references are disconnected.||All||80%|
|A||CNC||The ability to generate basic 3x machining for roughing and finishing with support for flat, bull and ball end mills.
We were unable to deliver this feature in Jan 2020, we aren’t satisfied with computation speed, we plan to add it within Q2 2020.
|C||Load cases||Support for multiple load cases and out-of-core computations||Fem||20%|
|B||Drawings clean-up||The ability to replace segments with arc/circles in Drawings views.||Fem||0%|
|B||View generation||Optimization to VectorView generation algorithm to increase speed||Fem||0%|