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CADRE Pro version 6.1 Released

CADRE Pro version 6.1 Released

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The main purpose of the update was to include tools for dynamic on-screen manipulation of the model.  Also included were several changes previously released since the initial release of version 6.0 including a set of model evaluation and checking features.  Some of the importantant changes in 6.1 are_

-tools for on-screen dynamic panning the model

-tools for dynamic on-screen rotation of the model

-Saving and reloading of views to disk

-Provide for 2D (as well as 3D) import of nodal coordinates

-tools to allow viewing the back sides of XY, XZ and ZY planes and conduct nodal operations in those views

-method provided to review plate stress at specific nodes
and sides rather than just the maximums

-model checking and repair tools

-Help and User manuals have been revised to cover these new features.

Jim Haynes
www.cadreanalytic.com

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