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Enabling CAD Translation, 3D PDF Publishing and Extended Reality

A productive spring delivers updates to Theorem’s key CAD data translation suite, 3D PDF publishing solutions and Extended Reality (XR) portfolio Theorem-XR, enabling users to extend the use of their 3D CAD data to meet the needs of their business processes, use cases and audience.

CAD Translation

With seven product updates released this month, maintained users of Theorem’s flagship CAD translation tool CADverter for; CATIA V5 to JT, CREO to NX, STEP to NX, SOLIDWORKS to JT, JT to CATIA Composer and CATIA V5 to ICEM Surf DB, can now work with the latest supported versions of their CAD and visualization applications, enabling them to keep pace and exchange data in the correct format with their customers, suppliers, and collocated teams.

For those that need to work with CATIA V5 and JT data but who do not have access to a CATIA V5 license, an up dated release of our independent CATIA V5i to JT product is now available supporting the latest versions.

Supported CAD Formats

CADverter V25 includes support for CATIA V5-V62022 (R32), CATIA Composer R2022, CREO 8.0, JT toolkit version 11, NX 2007 and SOLIDWORKS R2022. Earlier version of these formats are supported but should be checked against the exact translator.

3D PDF Publisher

The CATIA V5 to 3D PDF Publisher and NX to 3D PDF Publisher products deliver support for the latest version of CATIA V5, CATIA V5-V62022 (R32), and Siemens NX, NX 2007, enabling users to export full and interactive representations of their design and associated meta data from the source CATIA V5 or NX applications to a standard PDF document, without compromising sensitive Intellectual Property - IP. This is the ideal tool for sharing CAD data with non-CAD users, removing the issue of needing knowledge of CAD.

Extended Reality - XR

Theorem-XR gains further enhancements to its core functionality including remote collaboration being added across the experience platforms, enhanced support for Microsoft Azure Remote Rendering for streaming large, high quality data sets to the Microsoft HoloLens 2, updates to the Visualization Pipeline (Theorem’s automated data preparation and optimization tool for XR) offering updates to the search and project management capabilities, as well as support for AEC formats, Revit and Navisworks.

Combining these enhancements offers an extremely robust and flexible solution to users looking to start their journey in to XR, as well as those who have already taken their first steps. With full scale and in context visualisation, collaboration, and now offline licensing becoming available, we consider Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality to be the perfect tool to complement your engineering tasks.

Versatility is Key

Using our engineering focussed software solutions give you the options to translate your design data to a different format, publish to an interactive 3D PDF document, or visualize at full scale and in context for use in an extended reality device. Being so versatile ensures that we deliver support to meet the needs of engineering and manufacturing organisations today, and for the future.

For further information, please speak to our team today. 

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