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Computer Aided Design

Is your engineering design limited by the tools you are using? Consider a computer aided design toolset which gives you complete freedom for conceptual design, concurrent engineering and ability to easily make late stage changes.

Do you find that when you need to make a simple design change, it takes you hours to update drawings, or do you find that your current 3D system isn’t handling the complexity of your designs?

Would using an integrated design and manufacturing tool help you create the tool and mold designs or NC programming to manufacture your product for market faster?

PTC Creo Car Model

LEAP CAD Solutions:


Creo is a scalable, interoperable suite of product design software that delivers fast time to value. It helps teams create, analyse, view and leverage product designs downstream utilizing 2D CAD, 3D CAD, parametric & direct modelling.

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Rhino can create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS* curves, surfaces, and solids, point clouds, and polygon meshes. There are no limits on complexity, degree, or size beyond those of your hardware. Rhino 3D’s direct modelling capabilities are ideal for architectural design and jewelry modelling.

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ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeller (ANSYS SCDM) is a software product based on direct modelling technology which helps to accelerate and optimise the pre-processing stage of CAE.

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Parametric and Direct modelling allow users to create 3D models that can look as realistic as actual products. A wide range of information on products can be generated from these models, and help assist in the selling of your products before the actual product is complete. 3D computer aided design software offers users the ability to look at a part from every possible angle, and to see exactly how one part relates to the other parts in an assembly.

Fully-integrated CAD/CAM packages provide machine shops with at least two major competitive advantages: time reductions to go from customer order to cutting metal; and reduced miscommunication that might otherwise result in excessive scrap, rework and customer dissatisfaction. The reductions in time and machining costs are proving so significant that machine shops not working in 3D may lose their ability to compete in the marketplace altogether.

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For the past 15 years LEAP Australia has been providing and supporting solutions in the Product Development market specifically to Design and Manufacturing tools.

As the years have lapsed, the products we supply have grown and have been adopted in more and more industries worldwide and have been further developed to meet all engineers’ requirements.

Providing Scalable and integrated solutions, we can guarantee that whatever your requirements are, now or 5 years down the track, our design and manufacturing solutions are flexible enough to extend to your area of development.

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  • Concurrent engineering
  • Higher quality
  • Lower unit costs
  • Identify and eliminate inefficiencies
  • Increased workload capacities
  • Greater feedback and control of production operations
  • Increased design flexibility
  • Increased design data integrity
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