Given that UUID stands for Universal Unique Identifier, it may seem strange to talk about uniqueness in this context. But it comes up more often than users might like inside of CATIA V5. It isn’t simple to determine the UUID of a CATIA V5 file, nor is it easy to manipulate the value. With a little bit of information though, it isn’t too hard to avoid some basic CATIA V5 UUID problems.
Razorleaf has just released the new CADFIT tool for public consumption. I don’t recommend actually eating or consuming the tool, but I do recommend that you use it. “Well of course you do, you work for Razorleaf.” Okay, that factor not withstanding, CADFIT is a really great tool to help you determine the health of your SolidWorks files, to check and see if they are “fit.”
The CADFIT tool for SolidWorks has just been released by Razorleaf for general use. You can read the marketing blurb to see a list of features and benefits, as well as what past users have to say about the tool. But what does CADFIT really do? How is it going to help your company design better products and get to market faster? As with any data analysis tool, it depends on what you do with the results that really matters.
Razorleaf is proud to announce the availability of CADFIT (CAD File Inspection Tool) for SolidWorks. CADFIT provides a detailed analysis of the integrity of your CAD data, even when it is distributed across multiple network locations. The tool and associated data quality assessment are available for free at www.razorleaf.com/CADFIT.