The software is suitable for automotive, aerospace, marine, energy and leisure applications.
The software is suitable for automotive, aerospace, marine, energy and leisure applications.

Anaglyph Ltd says that it has released version 4.9 of its Laminate Tools composite structural design software.

The new features include implemented tensor plots for principal element forces/moments, additonal ply pools and element set pools, allowed basic geometric feature creation and enabled import of additional FEA result entities.

Laminate Tools is a stand-alone Windows application that addresses the geometry import-design-analysis-check-manufacture process of composites structural design, the company says. It links various disciplines, communicates data between those involved in the process, and can interface with most CAD and FEA applications. It is reportedly suitable for automotive, aerospace, marine, energy and leisure applications.

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