New Product Release: Creo to NX CADverter (V22.1)

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Theorem are pleased to announce the release of their latest CADverter for Creo to NX.

V22.1 supports Creo 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0 as well as NX 11, NX 12 and NX 1847.

This uni-directional CADverter can also be licensed with Theorem’s NX-Creo CADverter to create a bi-directional translator.

Additional features and benefits included in V22.1 include:

  • Creo Interactive Import and Export to NX now has the ability to launch the Configuration Manager or UI from within Creo.
  • Improvements to Assembly Instance Colours being read from Creo input.
  • Improved XML logging within the Theorem UI.
  • When exporting from within the Creo session, the previously used Configuration is now highlighted by default for the next export.

CADverter products translate assembly structure, geometry, attributes and, where available, 3D Product Manufacturing Information (PMI) and Metadata between Creo and NX, supporting Model Based Definition (MBD) processes.

The aim of the CADverter is to allow the user to translate any data that they have in a Creo format and make it useable in NX for various use cases, whether the downstream user wants a lightweight reference part to model, or a precise copy of the data translated to allow measurement and editing of translated models.

Creo and NX data can now also be further utilised in Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality using Theorem’s range of Theorem-XR experiences.

Our solutions are built with development tools and APIs supplied and are supported by the major CAD vendors that we have strategic partnerships with. This means we do not reverse engineer and can provide you with a robust application that offers full control over data preparation and optimization for the target formats.

Theorem’s strategic partnerships with PTC and Siemens ensures that there is parallel development between the latest releases of Creo, NX, and Theorem’s CADverter products, allowing Theorem to continue to provide data solutions for the CAD community.

Find more information on Creo to NX CADverter here.