Sigmund Solutions
Sigmund for SOLIDWORKS
Sigmund for Pro|E CREO
Sigmund for Solid Edge
Sigmund Standalone
(CATIA/Autodesk/UG NX)


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SigmundPro, a powerful tolerance analysis software for ProEngineer/CREO developed by Varatech, enables engineers to evaluate, optimize and validate assembly build quality, relative to piece part tolerance and assembly process variation. Fully integrated within Pro/E Creo, this value-added sofwtare can be used early in the development phase before design solidification. SigmundPro prevents costly tweaking delays at ramp-up as well as long-term variation problems.

Pro-E|Creo Integration:

Unrivalled ease of use/Quick to learn- Designed for the non-specialist. Unrivalled speed/quick modeling.

Unique automated Pattern matching capability, Worst case Interference check.

Intelligent Nominal and tolerance based Interference Visualization at worst case, Min, Med, Max conditions

Associative to Pro-E geometry & Tolerances; works with Part, Assembly and drawing modes in Pro-E/CREO.


Bells and whistles of the Product:

Five analysis types including: Worst case, RSS, MRSS, PCRSS, and Monte carlo Simualtions.

Design for Six Sigma-Roll-Down & Roll Up Approaches

Wide range of statistical distributions and extensive report generation capabilities

Optimize design with unique tolerance optimization and cost minimization capabilities

Identify Cost saving Opportunities with Cosrt Savings Report. Automatic Statistical, Sensitivity, Tolerance Summary, and SPC report generation





SigmundABA for ProE CREO is an assembly build analysis software allows engineers to evaluate the 3-D effects of component tolerances on the quality of designed products. Sigmund provides engineers with an easy to use interface to evaluate the capability of their CREO designs, ensuring that assemblies go together 100 % of the time, while meeting all the quality and performance criteria.


SigmundABA can be used to resolve complex assembly build problems, evaluate design improvements, identify important SPC characteristics, and determine optimal tolerances for parts and assemblies. Using Sigmund from design concept through production will improve quality, reduce costs, and cut development life cycle times.

Development of a Sigmund assembly build analysis model follows an intuitive, step-by-step methodology that includes Component Geometry Creation, GD&T or Tolerance Emulation & Design/Tolerance Optimization.



Sigmund ABA Kinematics is the World's only assembly build analysis software that allows engineers to evaluate the effects of variation on a kinematic mechanism throughout its range of motion/operation. SigmundABA Kinematics is available as standalone, as well as integrated with SOLIDWORKS, Solid Edge, ProE CREO.


Consider piece part/assembly variation and kinematic motion in the same environment.

Allows defining relative motion between multiple parts/components by using different kinematic joints, such as - primitive, revolved, cylindrical, universal, planar, ball, and bearing joints.

Allows assigning different driver motion in a mechanism.

Allows considering variation analysis in both open and closed loop mechanisms with zero to multiple degrees of freedom.

Can animate kinematic motion and trace the range of motion for a specific feature at both nominal and deviated conditions.

Can evaluate thousands of outputs throughout the range of motion in mechanisms.


    Sigmund ABA Kinematics can be used to resolve complex assembly problems for kinematic mechanisms, evaluate design improvements, identify important design characteristics, and determine optimal tolerances for parts and assemblies.

    Avoid creating multiple models by considering variation and kinematic motion at the same time.

     Allows accurate assembly of closed-loop kinematics mechanisms.

    Can identify non-build conditions because of actual and accurate constraints applied at specific joints.

    Can evaluate the effects of variation throughout the range of motion in mechanisms.

    Can compare them with the nominal range of motion relative to what you might see in an ADAMS model.

    Can generate automated reports showing multiple indices of information throughout the range of motion.