The Online Community About Exciting CAD Technologies

Poorvesh Mistry
  • Male
  • Pune, Maharashtra
  • India
  • SpaceClaim, CATIA, SolidWorks,…
Share on Facebook Share Twitter

Poorvesh Mistry's Friends

  • Manoj Hoke
  • Brijen Parmar
  • martin kopplow
  • Adam Charlton
  • Matteo Pellizzoni
  • Tyler Wesley
  • Frankzzy
  • Mars_li
  • Neeraj Setpal
  • Roman
  • Deelip Menezes
  • Rajeev Lochan
  • James Saunders
  • Blake Courter

Poorvesh Mistry's Groups

Poorvesh Mistry's Discussions

ANSYS & SpaceClaim Webinar on Dec 1 & 3
1 Reply

Started this discussion. Last reply by Franco Folini Nov 8, 2009.

SpaceClaim on mobile
1 Reply

Started this discussion. Last reply by martin kopplow Sep 24, 2009.

Gifts Received


Poorvesh Mistry has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift


CAD Product Engineer

Latest Activity

Poorvesh Mistry posted videos
Jun 2, 2010
Poorvesh Mistry posted videos
May 25, 2010
Manoj Hoke and Poorvesh Mistry are now friends
May 25, 2010
Poorvesh Mistry posted a video
Apr 1, 2010
Poorvesh Mistry replied to Frank D's discussion 'SpaceClaim release 6 ideas'
"I to believe in it Christopher, that their should be an option like "Design Table" in CATIA or Configuration settings in SolidWorks, which can export dimensional data to Excel or Notepad, change in the values their should synchronize with…"
Mar 19, 2010
Poorvesh Mistry replied to Frank D's discussion 'SpaceClaim release 6 ideas'
"Thanks Frank, that did worked well, but don't you think that it is good to introduce fixed & floating components option."
Mar 17, 2010
Poorvesh Mistry replied to Frank D's discussion 'SpaceClaim release 6 ideas'
"I just wanted attach a video to this post. In the video, initially I have tried moving the piston in a linear motion, but the mechanism didn't worked. Then I rocked the Link where I got satisfactory motion of the links, except that I wanted the…"
Mar 17, 2010
Poorvesh Mistry replied to Frank D's discussion 'SpaceClaim release 6 ideas'
"Hi Frank, I was just trying out some mechanism, but faced the same issue which was a concern for Assembly design in SpaceClaim. There is no option to define a component as a fixed (non-moving) component, so the parts in the assembly tends to fly…"
Mar 16, 2010

Profile Information

About Me:
I am a tech crazy guy, I like CAD the most, as it helps me to replicate my ideas in 3D, which make it easy for me to make others understand my concepts.
Job Title:
Product Engineer
SIMCOSM India Pvt. Ltd.
CAD System used:
SpaceClaim, CATIA, SolidWorks, AutoCAD.....

Poorvesh Mistry's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Poorvesh Mistry's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Poorvesh Mistry's News

ANSYS & SpaceClaim Webinar on Dec 1 & 3

Direct Modeling Solutions for Reducing Model Setup Time and Driving Product Optimization

For registrations

Posted on November 6, 2009 at 9:14pm — 1 Comment

Need a Gallery

After observing the huge response on Sketch-Up website & even 3Dvia, I feel that it is fun modeling on SpaceClaim as well, beyond that, SpaceClaim is a CAD software, anybody can learn fast and start model making in an hour. There are people who want to share their innovative ideas & I feel Spaceclaiming would be the best platform for CAD data sharing.

I feel that SpaceClaim supports 3D PDF output very well, so with the support of SpaceClaim, Novedge & Adobe, this site… Continue

Posted on July 16, 2009 at 12:00am — 2 Comments

SpaceClaim 2009 SP-1 Navigation

SpaceClaim 2009 SP-1, gives you full liberty to customize its navigation system close to the navigation system of the known CAD system, you are familiarize with.

Posted on May 14, 2009 at 11:54pm

Simulation & Gravity effect

When the topic is Assembly in CAD, I would prefer the software which could gives an opportunity to simulate and check my mechanism.

I am most interested in finding the relative motion of the links, the path of a point on link or the whole link while in motion (swept volume), DOF (Degree Of Freedom), detection of clash between links, beyond that the effect of gravity on the system.

CATIA has an incredible flexibility of delivering results in such cases, various kind of… Continue

Posted on May 5, 2009 at 9:56pm — 3 Comments

Comment Wall (18 comments)

You need to be a member of WikiCAD to add comments!

Join WikiCAD

At 4:25am on May 25, 2010, Manoj Hoke said…
Thanks Poorvesh i appreciate your immediate feedback.
we are basically a Automative Plastic product devlopment company.
we are developing instrument clusters, so our major design activities involved in plastic material such like Housing,Top cover,Back Cover,Dials n etc..i.e complete solid modeling work.

I need more details about spaceclaim.which module it have & many more.
At 9:10pm on May 24, 2010, Manoj Hoke said…
Hi poorvesh, No till date i didn't tried spaceclaim.
I want to try it.I have a one dought that which is better for modeling catia or spaceclaim..
At 11:04am on August 19, 2009, Harshvardhan Sohoni said…
Hey Poorvesh, you guessed it right. You really look like CAD fanatic:)
CATIA fan? I will look into topics! Also, I see your scrap in almost every profile, intending your genuine interest in CAD crazy people.
At 7:13am on January 13, 2009, Tyler Wesley said…
Sorry no, I am not a programmer, just a jockey. I told the input keypad idea to the Spaceclaim guys as an enhancement request. I tried the onscreen keyboard program, but it is not working properly with Spaceclaim. Only seems to input the last integer you click on. I like your phone app idea, I think it would work well for sales guys, as well as facilitate communication with guys doing field work.
I would like to see more videos from you, they have been very helpful.
At 7:23am on January 12, 2009, Tyler Wesley said…
Poorvesh, thank you for your review, as it directly addressed some of my concerns. I envisioned being able to use it left handed for the model view manipulations, while the right hand is free to move to the next modeling program function. I have in mind an program/enhancement that would deliver a pop-up or onscreen data input keypad. That would then remove the keyboard from my workflow, allowing me to keep my eyes always on screen and hands always on controls. I'm sure that would increase productivity at least in my case, as long as my left hand could learn the Spacenavigator.
At 7:57am on January 8, 2009, Tyler Wesley said…
Hi Poorvesh, I am curious as to what your opinion is of your new Space Navigator? Kevin appears to like it, and I am interested in getting one. What was the learning curve like for it?
At 10:50am on December 17, 2008, Kevin said…
Thanks Poorvesh, I'm pretty sure your comment clinched it :)
At 7:40am on December 16, 2008, Matteo Pellizzoni said…
Thank you for adding me to your friends :)
At 5:13am on December 16, 2008, Adam Charlton said…
Thanks for your interesting comment! Reviews for Synchronous Technology in both Solid Edge and NX have been overwhelmingly positive. I appreciate that everyone has different opinions. Regards.
At 12:41pm on December 13, 2008, Kevin said…
Thanks for the vote Poorvesh, I notice you have a Space Navigator yourself. I'll give you fair warning that prolonged exposure to 3D navigation devices will make you the quickest modeller around. I am at the point where I can build alot of models in front of the customers eyes giving them the impression that they are building it themselves. What I don't understand is that there are still relatively few modellers/CAD operators using them.

Novedge Special




© 2014   Created by WikiCAD.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service