Intro VideosWatch the 90 second intro video and the 10 minute video on the basics
The ProblemsMathematics, Documentation, and CAD get out of sync in STEM projects; small changes can cause full redesigns to all aspects of large structures; project management is difficult
CADWOLF: The SolutionCADWOLF combines the mathematics and documentation in the same platform and syncs with CAD to automate redesign and syncronize all aspects of STEM projects for simple collaboration and management
What CADWOLF DoesThe platform consists of sevaral modules that can be used to solve a simple problem or manage an entire STEM project
Documents - Analysis and Documentation
Documents are the backbone of CADWOLF. They are created and edited through GUIs and can be thought of as a google doc that has all the power of a programming language.
Workspaces - Create, Store, and Organize Files
Workspaces act as folders in CADWOLF and provide a place where users can create and locate files, address permissions, and upload images.
Part Trees - Build Something
Part trees let users establish a part numbering scheme and then build large structures - piece by piece. This provides instant feedback from CAD models and design documents, as well as one place to acccess all files.
Direct integration with Onshape and Fusion 360CADWOLF equations can be sent to Onshape and to Fusion 360 to drive CAD models and those models can be read back into CADWOLF
More than a replacementDon't just replace these platforms, expand their capabilities
CADWOLF is more than a free, online replacement for Word, Excel, Matlab, MathCAD, Mathematica, and Jupyter Notebook. CADWOLF's link to CAD platforms, its collaborative nature, and its additional part tree and workflow modules make it a far better system for students, entrepreneurs, and large project managers.
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Try it now for freeCADWOLF licences are free for students and for those learning the platform. Start today with your own work or by jumping into group projects. Create Account
CADWOLF Examples and CommunityHow to get help and work with others
Our documentation workspace provides a users guide that walks the users through the facets of CADWOLF
The homework workspace provides hundreds of examples in subjest such as physics, statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials.
The examples workspaceprovides a few examples designed to get the user started working with CADWOLF and using part trees
Visit our subreddit to ask general questions, address bugs, or suggest an improvement
Drop us a line with questions at jfoxworth at cadwolf dot com. We can do google hangouts to help get you started
Open Source Projects
After you have walked through some examples and the documentation, take a look at some of our open source projects or start your own