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ShipWeight Standalone Version Released!

A standalone verion of ShipWeight has been released. This version is intended for smaller businesses that does not have a need for a network version and multiuser functionality. It is ideal for trial and for testing out the parametric estimation. This table highlights the differences between the standalone version (basic) and the Enterprise version (full …

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ShipWeight North American User Meeting at SAWE 2019

The 13th ShipWeight User Group meeting will be held on Sunday, May 19th, 2019, in conjunction with the 78th SAWE International Conference on Mass Properties Engineering (May 18-23, 2019 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA). The meeting will be of interest to active ShipWeight users as well as those who are considering acquiring it. The meeting is …

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ShipWeight presents ExpressMarine

ShipWeight has aquired the company and product ExpressMarine (www.expressmarine3d.com). ExpressMarine is a Rhino plug-in for fast and flexible modelling of ship structure for the calculation of structural weight and center of gravity. Starting out with a hull shape (and, if available, a general arrangement), the modelling process is of the vessel structure is carried out …

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New ShipWeight tutorial video – Import of Fulcrum3D XML file

A new tutorial video has been uploaded to our video tutorial website – “Fulcrum3D XML file import” – showing how to import a Fulcrum3D XML file. Fulcrum3D is a software tool that enables users to do “intelligent” imports from 3D CAD systems. Check it out here – video #22. Contact us for more information about …

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Make Statistics Work

Make Statistics Work for You – Part 1: Wisdom of the Crowd

We have all heard the phrase “Lies, damned lies, and statistics,” often used to describe the use of statistics to bolster weak arguments. The phrase is by many erroneously attributed to Mark Twain, who in turn attributed it to the British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli (which, apparently is not correct either since the earliest known …

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