Meet Theorem’s New Recruits! Here to Promote Universal Adoption of XR

By: Jennifer Cox clock-icon 5 Min

Over the past few years, Theorem has helped our customers to innovate and deliver significant efficiency savings in the ...

Transforming Design Data with Theorem Solutions (Q&A with MEM)

By: Oliver Large clock-icon 9 Min

Manufacturing & Engineering Magazine (MEM) recently talked to Theorem Solutions about how the business is at the heart of the ...

Theorem-XR Q2 2022 delivers ease of use and adoption for XR

By: Oliver Large clock-icon 6 Min

Theorem-XR’s Q2 2022 release brings a whole host of exciting new features, and user-friendly updates to support the requirements ...

Spring Delivery sees Major Updates to CAD, 3D PDF and XR Suite

By: Oliver Large clock-icon 3 Min

Enabling CAD Translation, 3D PDF Publishing and Extended Reality A productive spring delivers updates to Theorem’s key CAD data ...

What’s new for Theorem-XR in the first release of 2022?

By: Katharine Edmonds clock-icon 6 Min

Every release of Theorem-XR is packed with innovative new features and enhancements that are offering users the opportunity to ...

Discover XR solutions for CATIA users at COExperience 2022

By: Katharine Edmonds clock-icon 3 Min

After a 3-year hiatus, we are heading back to New Orleans for this year’s COE Experience (10-13 April) to showcase the latest ...

New Product Release: Creo to NX (V25)

By: Katharine Edmonds clock-icon 2 Min

The latest CADverter for Creo to NX has been released. V25 supports Creo 4.0 (M030 and above are supported), 7.0 and 8.0 as well ...

Protect your Intellectual Property (IP) when sharing 3D CAD data

By: Katharine Edmonds clock-icon 3 Min

When sharing sensitive data, security is key, especially if the data will be accessed by people outside of your organisation. ...

New Product Release: CATIA V5 to Creo View (V24.2)

By: Katharine Edmonds clock-icon 2 Min

We are pleased to announce the release of the latest Lightweight 3D Adapter for CATIA V5 to Creo View users, supporting up to and ...

Log4j CA5CVW statement

By: Katharine Edmonds clock-icon 1 Min

As you may be aware, on Thursday, December 9, 2021, a critical vulnerability in the popular Java-based logging package Log4j was ...

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