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Codeware was founded in 1983 in Ontario, Canada. We opened our first U.S. office in 1993. We currently have offices in Sarasota, Florida and Austin, Texas. Codeware's founder, Les M. Bildy, P. Eng., has served as President since 1983.

Export Your Designs as 3D Solid Models

With COMPRESS you can export your designs in any one of the following neutral file formats. See how the COMPRESS 3D solid model export works by opening one of our sample files in your software of choice: ACIS - Download Sample (.sat) Granite - Download Sample (.g) IGES - Download Sample (.iges) [...]

2017-03-16T13:56:18+00:00January 12th, 2011|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

Detailed Design in Three Easy Steps

Vessels From Specification to Detailed Design in Three Easy Steps Creating an ASME design that simultaneously considers internal pressure, vacuum, MDMT and wind/seismic loadings can be a daunting task. The COMPRESS Vessel Wizard can do this for you with minimal data entry. Based on your inputs, design conditions are automatically satisfied by the [...]

2016-11-21T16:21:51+00:00September 23rd, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS, Power Users|Tags: |

Work With Multiple ASME Editions Using COMPRESS

Multiple ASME Editions and Addenda (1995 - present) are available within COMPRESS to enable users to easily update older designs to be compliant with the latest Code rules (ideal when providing re-order/replacement designs). To ensure the integrity of the result, only material properties specific to the chosen Edition or Addenda are available for selection. [...]

2018-06-08T08:52:48+00:00August 18th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS|Tags: , , |

Multiple ASME VIII BPVC Code Editions

Working with Multiple ASME VIII BPVC Editions New ASME VIII BPVC projects typically require the use of the Code Edition in force at the time the contract is signed. When re-rating existing vessels the NBIC allows the use of either the ASME VIII Addenda in force when the vessel was built or the [...]

2017-12-13T14:59:18+00:00August 18th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS, Power Users|Tags: |

Check Stresses Before Testing

Check ASME Vessel & Exchanger Stresses Before Testing The ASME Code requires that all vessels undergo hydro (or pneumatic) testing following fabrication and before Code stamping. As this test provides mechanical stress relief it may be thought of as the final step in the fabrication process. The hydro test is an effective way [...]

2017-03-16T15:43:51+00:00July 28th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS, Power Users|Tags: , |

Automate ASME/NBIC Forms Preparation

Filling out and managing ASME and National Board registration forms is a time consuming, error prone task. With the COMPRESS Forms Tool you can: Create ASME U and A Forms with data pulled directly from your COMPRESS file. This eliminates redundant data entry and reduces transcription errors. Create NBIC repair and alteration R Forms [...]

2016-10-26T14:28:05+00:00March 3rd, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS|Tags: , , |

ASME Forms Preparation

Automate ASME/NBIC Forms Preparation Filling out and managing ASME and National Board registration forms is a time consuming, error prone task. With the COMPRESS Forms Tool you can: Create ASME U and A Forms with data pulled directly from your COMPRESS file. This eliminates redundant data entry and reduces transcription errors. Create NBIC repair and [...]

2017-01-31T11:03:34+00:00March 3rd, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS, Power Users|Tags: , , |

Perform FEA on Nozzles

Welding Research Council Bulletins WRC-107 and WRC-297 are widely used by Engineers to investigate piping (and other) loads on nozzles within COMPRESS. However, how do you handle geometries that the WRC Bulletins do not cover such as "large" nozzles on formed heads or nozzles on flat covers? COMPRESS overcomes the WRC Bulletins' [...]

2017-03-16T15:45:20+00:00January 6th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , , , |

FEA on Nozzles

Perform FEA on Nozzles Welding Research Council Bulletins WRC-107 and WRC-297 are widely used by Engineers to investigate piping (and other) loads on nozzles within COMPRESS. However, what should you do if you have geometries that the WRC Bulletins do not cover such as "large" nozzles on formed heads or nozzles on flat [...]

2017-03-16T15:46:36+00:00January 6th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS, Power Users|Tags: , , , |