VISI Modelling is a robust and powerful solid and surface modelling system based around the industry standard Parasolid® kernel. Combined with Vero's surface technology, model analysis and 2D design, VISI offers complete flexibility to construct, edit or repair the most complex 3D data.
The model deformation tools are capable of deforming geometry while maintaining model integrity and holding constraints up to G4 curvature - This is particularly important for parts of high gloss or that have aerodynamic requirements. Model editing includes bending, twisting, stretching and target driven deformation.
Vero understand sheet metal - VISI Progress in an intuitive solution with industry specific tools for flat blank development, 3D strip design, springback compensation, 3D tool design and automated links through to manufacture.
VISI Machining is a practical, intuitive and simple solution for CNC programming. Knowledge-based feature recognition automatically selects features directly on the solid geometry and creates reliable milling and drill cycle toolpaths from 2D though to 5-Axis machining. VISI Machining creates highly efficient toolpaths with advanced collision control.
VISI provides the complete mould tool design environment using industry specific automation that guides the user through the mould development process. Part designers, mould makers and moulders will all benefit from VISI to achieve cost effective and reliable mould designs and the optimum moulding conditions.
Advanced core and cavity construction for an automotive front grill. The complete design process is broken down into 7 short movies highlighting a combination of surface and solid modelling techniques for part splitting, surface extension, shut off construction and parting face development.
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