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Dec 29, 2009


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This reminds me of the early Knowledge-Based Engineering (KBE) systems like ICAD which were based on Lisp. Same thing, the models created were used to capture the intent. Interesting product.

Kevin Quigley

Ralph this isn't new. The original solid modelling systems used to run via command line entry like this on mainframes. I did my university thesis on ROMULUS building a car suspension system like this - over the space of several months, overnight, back in 1986. I really don't "get" the relevance of this approach today. Besides this is what all solid modelling systems do "under the hood".

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