The market leading toolset for optimizing light in any system directly in SolidWorks

Light Modeling

This package has been defined to help you industrial designers and optical engineers to better understand the behavior of your lighting systems, and finally to optimize it.
  • Especially recommended for a first approach to optical simulation in CAD CAM world.
  • Non-optics specialists will find it particularly easy to use
  • This module allows you to create any optical model by applying optical properties to all surfaces, materials and light sources.
  • After defining the optical mockup, you will be able to visualize the rays as they propagate in the mechanical system.
  • This module allows you to simulate and analyze the photometric efficiency of your lighting systems. This is made possible through several tools for illuminance (lux, footcandle....) , luminance (cd/square meter), intensity (candela...).
  • Propagation takes into account optical properties for surfaces, materials, and source emission. Results (photometry maps, cross-sections, point measurements..) can be used to verify compliance with International Standards or specifications, and even exported to other software solutions.
  • This module comes complete with intelligent abilities to create interactive simulations where rays are propagated through 'active' components in the 3D view. Moreover the rays are propagated with their wavelength information for further analysis by you. Advanced scattering, anisotropic surface & diffusive material generator are also available.

  • Optical Shape Design

    Optical Shape Design (OSD) completes OptisWorks with automatic geometry generation dedicated to optical and lighting system design within SolidWorks.
    SPEOS OSD provides an intuitive and powerful suite of tools to create lighting components such as reflectors, lenses, … from both mechanical and optical specifications. It complements SolidWorks geometric features.

    Being fully integrated into SolidWorks, OptisWorks OSD avoids all data transfer tasks and the associated drawbacks (failures, loss of accuracy, time taken). Beyond this, it takes advantage of the standard capabilities of modern CAD tools.

    From the early conceptual phase, OSD enables designers without advanced optical knowledge to quickly and easily investigate different style options even before the selection of a supplier.

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