We would like to create a software solution for recognizing geometry in a drawing that comes from a 2D based format such as a DXF or STP file. You would help us create automation for measuring the shapes from the data. You will do this by folding the flat file into a 3D file using Open Cascade.
We would like to create a software solution for recognizing geometry in a drawing that comes from a 2D based format such as a DXF or STP file. We already can extract data out of the file format so you don't have to worry about this part of the pipeline.
We need to look for your help for creating algorithms to interpret the data and do the following:
1) Automatically recognize vertices on all lines of the drawings and distance between them.
2) Total dimension of drawing
3) Are there holes in the drawing and if so what are the dimensions
4) Geometric cleanup
5) Are there bends (curves in the lines)
5) What's the radius of the bends
Note: We do not want to use a mesh method so please don't bother applying if that's your suggestion.
If you have experience doing similar projects or are very confident you can do this, please contact us as we'd be very interested in talking with you.
Instructions to Apply
Please introduce yourself and answer the following questions:
1) Do you have any experience developing an algorithm for any geometry related projects?
2) Do you have any experience creating software for the manufacturing industry?
3) Do you have any experience using Autocad?
Please include your resume when you apply
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Job posted on
15 October 2020