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The ultimate 3D ship design software to improve your ship design and engineering upas-Cadmatic is a modern 3D CAD/CAE/CAM software for ship designers and shipyards who want to improve their productivity.

Nupas-Cadmatic is a powerful tool for global ship design and engineering needs from project and basic design phases up to detailed engineering. Based on the 3D product model all the necessary production information is easily output to build the ship.

Nupas-Cadmatic has enhanced tools to manage your ship design project in a distributed global environment. The Nupas-Cadmatic eBrowser utilizes

Internet technology to share the ship model and related information globally for all the parties involved in the process. 3D ship design and engineering

GA's

Classification drawings

Hull structures

Piping and other diagrams

Machinery & piping, HVAC

Accommodation & interior

Outfitting

Virtual 3D models

On-line WalkArounds

Windows Video AVI files

Interfaces with other systems

CONTACT U S FOR

Circle 207 on Reader Service Card eCADMATIC

Cadmatic Oy

Itainen Rantakatu 72, 20810 Turku Finland.

Tel +358-2-412 411, fax +358-2-412 4495.

Internetwww.cadmatic.com. e-mail sales@cadmatic.com

Production information

Plate and profile cutting

Plate and profile bending

Pipe spools and isometrics

Pipe cutting and bending

Other material lists

Centers of gravity

Weights

Logistic data

Data for production robots

MORE

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N F O R M A T O N

NUMERIEK CENTRUM

GRONINGEN

Numeriek Centrum Groningen B.V.

Osloweg. 110, 9723 BX Groningen, The Netherlands.

Tel +31-50-5753-980, fax +31-50-5753-981.

Internet www.ncg.nl, e-mail sales@ncg.nl

The Nupas-Cadmatic models are courtesy of Elomatic Marine Engineering Ltd, Finland and Shipyard Ferus Smit, the Netherlands.

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