Geometric modeling kernel
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- Convergence Geometric Modeler by Dassault Systemes
- Romulus was released in 1982 and licensed by Siemens and HP
- Parasolid by ShapeData, now owned by Siemens
- ACIS by Spatial Corporation, part of Dassault Systemes, is used in many CAD applications.
- ShapeManager, is a fork of ACIS developed by Autodesk since 2001.
- Granite by Parametric Technology Corporation
- Open CASCADE is a freely available modelling kernel.
- Tyrka, Katherine (2001.12.01). "Kernel strategies". Design News.
- Shah, Jami (2004-06-27). Parametric and Feature-Based CAD/CAM. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 449. ISBN 0-471-00214-3.
- Yares, Evan. "Spatial, ACIS, CGM, and the future of geometric modelers". 3D CAD World. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- "GRANITE Interoperability Kernel FAQ". PTC Inc. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
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