Tolerance Analyses now more user friendly with simTOL v5.2.0
KASSEL, Germany, June 27, 2017 – simTOL version 5.2.0. is now available for all simTOL users and interested parties who would like to test the software.
The new version provides software-internal optimizations with the aim of making the application as user-friendly and efficient as possible. casim would like to inform that the data format of simTOL has been changed and casim’s software team recommends the installation of the new update in order to take adavntage of the new capabilities and optimizations.
- The user can now customize the possible parameters for the calculation files or quality features individually.
- the user can now choose between three predefined variables while creating or defining new elements and also in the tolerance data manager. A manually entered value is also possible.
- The tolerance data manager, the data input and the dimension sheets have been improved through several new functions and optimizations.
- Values are now dynamically adjusted in the reports and a column has been included in the results overview to allow a comparison of the different parameters.
simTOL offers fast and reliable statistical tolerance analyses for 1D, 2D and 3D tolerance stack calculations enabling its users to influence product quality at an early stage in the development process to avoid unexpected and unnecessary production costs.
They are one of the leading engineering companies in Northern Hesse with partners from various sectors throughout Germany and Europe and a broad variety of engineering services. Founded in 1995 by managing directors Dr. Dietmar Freitag and Dr. Frank Mannewitz, casim has become a successful, growing company with more than 90 experienced employees.
Absolute customer focus and best service quality are the Alpha and Omega and the only way to achieve maximum customer satisfaction. That’s why the continuous updating of their engineering know-how and their IT-tools is a matter of course for them.
The art of engineering is based on teamwork, so casim makes a point of working closely with the customer and treating him as a partner.
To support other engineers and developers, they have also informative seminars and training opportunities. Furthermore, they offer the calculation software simTOL for tolerance calculations and simQS for machine capability studies. Both software tool are developed by casim.
For more information, visit http://www.casim.de/en/.