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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.

What’s New in COMPRESS 2013 Build 7330

See what's new in COMPRESS 2013 Build 7330. New features include Code Case 2695, multiple load cases for local stresses, a linked table of contents page in our PDF report as well as a new radiography summary. Having trouble viewing this video? Download video (.wmv 12MB) [...]

2016-10-26T14:27:55+00:00September 4th, 2013|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

What’s New in Codeware Interface Build 7330 SOLIDWORKS

The Codeware Interface add-in for SOLIDWORKS imports your COMPRESS pressure vessel model and manages the associated data through custom properties. Benefits of upgrading to Codeware Interface 2013 Build 7330 include flange feature recognition and new tools to create 2D pressure vessel drawings. There is no additional charge for the Codeware Interface add-in provided [...]

2017-03-23T12:51:39+00:00August 28th, 2013|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

What’s New in Codeware Interface 2013 Build 7330

The Codeware Interface add-in for Inventor imports your COMPRESS pressure vessel model and manages the associated data through iProperties. Benefits of upgrading to Codeware Interface 2013 Build 7330 include flange feature recognition and new tools to create 2D pressure vessel drawings. There is no additional charge for the Codeware Interface add-in provided that [...]

2017-03-23T12:39:29+00:00August 22nd, 2013|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

Generate a Bill of Materials Using SOLIDWORKS

With the no-charge Codeware Interface add-in for SOLIDWORKS you can quickly create a bill of materials (BOM) from a COMPRESS model. Trouble Viewing YouTube Videos? View In Alternate Format Download Video (.mov)

2017-03-23T12:43:33+00:00June 19th, 2013|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , , |

Integrate COMPRESS With SOLIDWORKS

The Codeware Interface® add-in for SOLIDWORKS® imports your COMPRESS pressure vessel model and manages the associated data through custom properties. Eliminate manual entry of vessel data and automate repetitive tasks such as fixing the model and performing interference checks. Simplify the preparation of new construction or as-built vessel drawings and bills of [...]

2017-03-23T12:47:04+00:00June 19th, 2013|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

Generate a Bill of Materials Using Inventor

With the no-charge Codeware Interface add-in for Inventor you can quickly create a bill of materials (BOM) from a COMPRESS model. Having trouble viewing this video? Download video (.mov 19MB)

2017-03-23T12:48:39+00:00May 6th, 2013|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , , |

Integrate COMPRESS With Autodesk Inventor

We are pleased to introduce the Codeware Interface®, an add-in for Autodesk® Inventor® or SOLIDWORKS®. The Codeware Interface add-in for Inventor imports your COMPRESS pressure vessel model and manages the associated data through iProperties. There is no additional charge for the Codeware Interface add-in provided that your company has current COMPRESS support. How [...]

2017-03-23T12:49:59+00:00January 15th, 2013|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

Tangential, Tilted and Hillside Nozzle Design

Due to process and pipe routing considerations, nozzles on pressure vessels and heat exchangers are frequently placed in non-radial orientations. These non-radial or hillside nozzle to vessel intersections create obround openings which require additional geometric calculations to meet ASME VIII BPVC rules. Put another way, the nozzle opening diameter d used for UG-37 reinforcement [...]

2018-06-08T07:17:35+00:00November 9th, 2012|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: |

Pressure Vessel Component Design With COMPRESS

Simple Pressure Vessel Component Design COMPRESS does not require you to model an entire pressure vessel to design or rate individual components. This capability is useful when investigating a pressure vessel component that must be modified. For complicated components, like Appendix 2 flanges and nozzles, the user can call upon a specific [...]

2017-09-20T10:24:35+00:00October 5th, 2012|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: |