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AI technology reduces CAD model build times

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Ultra Librarian has developed an AI-driven CAD modelling engine

7th November 2023

     

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Computer-aided design (CAD ) library provider Ultra Librarian has developed a new artificial intelligence- (AI-) driven CAD modelling engine that it says will drastically reduce the time it takes to build CAD models.

The company states that its proprietary AI-enabled process helps reduce CAD model creation times from hours to seconds. 

“Leveraging AI has shown 20 times to 30 times increases in performance, compared to manual methods, allowing us to further accelerate our model building activities,” said Ultra Librarian chief architect Frank Frank

Ultra Librarian explains that it is training AI models on its library of over 16-million CAD models currently available. The AI engine is trained to handle the numerous variations and differences that exist between a vendor's part data. 

“Having the world's largest library of verified CAD models has really helped us evolve and validate our AI learning models quickly,” said Frank. “The team is already exploring additional use cases to help further enhance the value and utility of the CAD model itself as we move forward.” 

The new AI-driven CAD modelling engine will be available as a free beta version in early 2024.

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