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|Developer(s)||ITB Paul Schneider|
16.0.n EN for Autodesk Inventor 2016 / May 2015
|Operating system||Windows 7 and 8/8.1|
The software aims to extend the field of application of Autodesk Inc.'s CAD software Autodesk Inventor, which is usually used for mechanical construction in mechanical engineering and plant engineering. ASi-Profile enables the user to create supporting structures, substructures, control- and maintenance platforms, stairways, barriers, etc. which are typical elements in the constructional steelwork area.
Use in mechanical engineering, plant engineering
Conventional 3D CAD systems for mechanical engineering usually lack of functions to create steel constructions. As an add-on application, the software tries to fill the gap between mechanical engineering and constructional steelworking, enabling the designer, for example, to create a supporting frame for a machine or the required maintenance platform in the same software.
Use in locksmithing, metal fabrication
The scope in locksmithing and metal fabrication is often to plan and design stairways, platforms, balconies or railings, etc., with the intention of creating a customized, individual structure, setting a special focus on its design. ASi-Profile is used to simplify the construction process and to create realistic views of the structures.
The software is being used and distributed worldwide by local dealers, who assume user training and support.
- Base software: Autodesk Inventor 5 to 2016
- Operating systems: Windows Win7 und Win8/8.1 (32 + 64 Bit)
- 2000: First version 1.0.0 for Inventor 5
- 2009: Version 9.0.x for Inventor 2010
- 2010: Version 10.0.x for Inventor 2011
- 2011: Version 12.0.x for Inventor 2012
- 2012: version 13.2.n for Inventor 2013
- 2013: version 14.1.n for Inventor 2014
- 2014: version 15.0.n for Inventor 2015
- 2015: version 16.0.n for Inventor 2016
- "ASi-Profile Product Description". Retrieved 19 July 2011.