Integration with SOLIDWORKS®
Users define Live Parts parameters within their familiar CAD environment, generate the design within Live Parts and, at any point, can export back into SolidWorks for auto-assembly, refinement, and design validation.
No pre-existing design required
Users can easily define model parameters, including geometric constraints and forces, either by referencing a pre-existing design or starting from scratch.
Supports dynamic forces
A simple expression editor makes it easy for users to define static or dynamic loads-either directional, rotational, or radial-that more accurately simulate real-world conditions that are constantly changing.
GPU-accelerated, cloud-based architecture
Purpose-built for accessibility and performance, Live Parts runs in the cloud on NVIDIA GPU-accelerated virtual machines to deliver real-time generative design to any device with an internet connection.
Automated smoothing techniques
Advanced smoothing techniques automatically fill out coarse geometry and ensure the design complies with defined parameters. Users can export manufacturing-ready designs directly as STLs or a solid object that merges B-Rep (for fill-in regions) and mesh geometry.
Interactive, multi-physics design environment
Users can manipulate loads, growth parameters, and designs themselves during the design generation process. In real time, Live Parts demonstrates the impact of these adjustments, enabling rapid design iteration and exploration.