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  • Version 2.0 of Power Surfacing

    nPowerSoftware a division of IntegrityWare, Inc. officially released Version 2.0 of Power Surfacing. See the new features here. Press release is here. Matt Perez of SolidBox introduces new functionality in video here.

  • SOLIDWORKS® World 2015

    nPowerSoftware will be demonstrating Version 2.0 of Power Surfacing and previewing a new product Power Surfacing RE (Reverse Engineering) at SOLIDWORKS® World 2015 in booth #429.

  • SOLIDWORKS® Solution Partner

    nPowerSoftware a division of IntegrityWare, Inc. has now officially become a SOLIDWORKS Gold Partner. See our partner page here.

  • Power SubD-NURBS MODO

    nPower Software (a division of IntegrityWare) and Luxology jointly announce Power SubD-NURBS for MODO, a new plug-in product for MODO. Power SubD-NURBS exports SubD meshes from MODO to various CAD compliant NURBS formats. See the press release here.

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Power SubD-NURBS MODO®
Convert MODO Subdivision objects into a CAD NURBS format and produce an exported SAT, STEP or IGES file.
Power Translators Pro for 3ds Max®
Import STEP, SAT, IGES, Rhino and SOLIDWORKS® files directly into 3ds Max for high quality rendering.
Power NURBS for 3ds Max®
Create and edit NURBS surfaces and solids directly inside of 3ds Max. Render or Export the results to a CAD system.
Power Translators Universal
Import files native files from Catia, SOLIDWORKS, ProEngineer, etc. into 3ds Max.
Power Translators for Maya®
Import STEP, SAT, IGES, Rhino and SOLIDWORKS® files directly into Maya for high quality rendering.
Power Translators for 3ds Max®
Import STEP, SAT, IGES, Rhino and SOLIDWORKS® files directly into 3ds Max for high quality rendering.
Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS®
Create high quality Class A surfaces in SOLIDWORKS® using simplified push-pull modeling.
Power Surfacing RE for SOLIDWORKS®
Reverse Engineer scan meshes, polygonal meshes and SOLIDWORKS bodies to create high quality Class A surfaces.
Power SubD-NURBS for 3ds Max®
Convert 3ds Max Sub-D models into NURBS which can be exported as STEP, IGES, SAT and 3dm.

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    Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS®

    Power Surfacing wins the TenLinks best of show for SOLIDWORKS World 2014.

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  • Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS®

    Power Surfacing, says nPower, unites the disparate modeling paradigms of Sub-D (subdivision surface) modeling and NURBS-based CAD modeling. Sub-D modeling excels at producing and modifying complex, freeform organic shapes with smooth surfaces, explains the company, while NURBS modeling is good at combining shapes using Boolean and feature operations, as well as refining shapes with operations like filleting, blending, and face editing.

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  • Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS®

    Power Surfacing uses a hybrid modeling kernel to bridge the gap between freeform modeling and CAD's geometric precision. The latest entry in the quest to merge 3D artistic and technical detailing was released this week with the introduction of Power Surfacing, an industrial design plug-in product for SOLIDWORKS. nPower Software says its new product “significantly improves the design process for modeling organic, freeform surfaces in SOLIDWORKS.”

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  • Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS®

    As previously reported by SolidSmack, the Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS® plug-in was bound to be a game changer for anybody looking to add a little more fun to their modeling workflow. Paul McCrorey of McCrorey Digital gave a presentation at SOLIDWORKS® World 2013 last week on using this powerful new plugin–specifically through giving us two real-world examples of modeling a spoon and a game controller.

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  • Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS®

    Let me introduce you to a soon to be released product. Power Surfacing. Power Surfacing is a SOLIDWORKS® plug-in that allows the user to easily create and edit SDS models right inside of SOLIDWORKS®. Not only can you create complex geometry but you can also use all the familiar SOLIDWORKS® modeling tools to transform that geometry into an engineering model. Your SDS model becomes a feature in the tree.

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