### A platform to integrate, organize, and coordinate engineering

CADWOLF integrates the three main aspects of engineering - mathematics, documentation, and CAD. It then lets users organize large structures as well as coordinate and automate engineering tasks. Try it Now for Free#### Simultaneous Analysis and Documentation

- Documents have text, equations, charts, etc
- Functions as both a Word document and program
- Analysis and documentation can never get out of sync
- Line by line mathematics similar to Excel

#### Integrated Mathematics and CAD

- Direct link to the Onshape CAD Platform
- CADWOLF equations drive CAD dimensions
- Weight, mass, etc can be read from CAD into documents
- Embed thumbnails of CAD parts into documents

#### Coordinate Engineering Tasks

- Part trees coordinate the design of large structures
- Permissions system lets users view / use items
- Datasets provide for the storage and use of data
- Ensures identical work environments - web browsers

## How CADWOLF Works

CADWOLF lets users build web pages that solve mathematics in real time, acting as both documentation and analysis. These documents link directly to CAD for real time updates.## Walk through Video

This 3 minute video walks through the main aspects of CADWOLF### Start with our tutorials

Our video tutorials explain what CADWOLF is and how it works as as how to create and edit documents. This is where a new user should start learning. Go to tutorials## Replace Word, Excel, Matlab, and more

CADWOLF's simultaneous documentation and analysis and its direct link to CAD means that it can replace all these things and more.## Document Features

CADWOLF documents have a wide array of features### Unit Tracking

Equations in documents track units like meters, seconds, etc, and solve accordingly

### Full Charting Suite

Line, spline, bar, column, heat maps, and several other charts available

### 3D Charts

3D point clouds, surface maps, and line are also available

### Built in Functions

Wide range of built in functions like trig, statistical tools, an FFT, and and ODE solver

### Mathematically Proper Display

When an equation solves, it shows in the proper mathematical format with integration symbols, etc

### Permission Structure

Documents can be set so that user can read, use, or edit them

### Programming Structures

Add for loops, while loops, and if else statements along with equations

### Files as Functions

Documents can be pulled into other documents and used as functions

### Teams

Create teams, add users to them, and the give permissions to those teams

### HTML Structures

Use sliders, select boxes, and radio boxes as variables in CADWOLF documents

### Export data to CAD

Push data to Onshape documents to drive component design

### Import data from CAD

Pull in data such as mass and volume from onShape documents to be used in CADWOLF documents

## Direct integration with Onshape

CADWOLF equations can be sent to Onshape to drive CAD models and those models can be read back into CADWOLFCADWOLF documents are spaces for users to solve and document the mathematics of designing components. In the document pictured here, the height and thickness of the vertical risers in the fitting are designed based upon the design load and tensile strength of the material. The diameter of the bolt is also established.

When a requirement or design factor such as the load changes, the math automatically updates. These CADWOLF equations are then automatically sent from this document to an Onshape document.

When the CADWOLF document is saved, those equations are sent here where they are stored as variables. When the fitting is designed in CAD, those variables are used to set the same factors here - height and thickness of the risers and the diameter of the bolt hole.

This means that when the math changes in CADWOLF, the CAD updates here in Onshape. These changes change in the part design and then into the assemblies. This means that a properly designed CAD model updates autonomously in response to the changing math.

The Onshape files can be read back into CADWOLF documents and items such as the weight, mass, volume, or density of the CAD model can be used in subsequent mathematics. Those items can also be displayed for parts and assemblies in part trees as show here.

This aspect of part trees lets engineers see the mass, weight, volume, and other items for entire assemblies in real time as they are designed in CADWOLF. In other words, you can change the design weight of your truss - as in this example - and once the math and CAD updates, those changes are seen here.

## Completely Cloud Based

With both CADWOLF and Onshape, there is nothing to download or install. A complete engineering system available anywhere.## Examples of Documents and other items

View screen captures or open samples of CADWOLF items## Ask Questions and Get Help

We provide assistance to users and/or teams via google hangout or social media upon request at no charge. Email us for assitance at jfoxworth@cadwolf.com. You can also use CADWOLF's subreddit where we also answer questions about homework problems. You can also reach us on Facebook and Twitter. Tutorials are available at our youtube channel and in the link below.## Open Source Engineering

Public parts and open source engineering projects### Import Parts

The parts workspace contains a number of documents with designs for items like bolts, nuts, washers, etc as well as CAD models. These can be copied into one of your workspaces and used in your designs.

### Open Source Projects

The projects workspace holds a number of open source projects that any user can ask to be added to and contribute the design. Anyone can browse these designs to get a better idea of how CADWOLF can be used.

### Start your own

If you would like to have a part or project placed into the appropriate workspace, send us an email. You can always start your own project in your workspace.

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