Found 2 file extension associations related to Shark LT and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Shark LT.
Platform, operating system: Multiplatform
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Developer: Encore, Software Inc.
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Developer / company: Encore
Use Shark LT as your foundation to create precise 3D digital prototypes suitable for concept-to-manufacturing solutions. Based on Dassault's ACIS modeling kernel, Shark™ LT maintains precision NURB/analytic forms needed in demanding tasks such as manufacturing or engineering analysis.
Shark LT supports an integrated collection of 2D, 3D, surface, and solid modeling tools. You choose the tools or combination of tools you need for the task at hand. Notable tools include numerous spline creation and modification commands, seventeen surface construction methods, blending, chamfering, shelling, stretching, twisting, bending, and foreign part editing tools. All surface and solid modeling operations transparently support associativity and a history tree for rapid design modifications.
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