Almost every department within an organization will need to discuss a product’s design at some point along the process; the question is how this can be done more efficiently and utilizing existing resource? Do you need to send data for review to colleagues within your organization, or up and down your supply chain with people who don’t have the same CAD software as you?
Model-Based Definition (MBD) is the system and techniques used to define a product as completely as possible using 3D data, eliminating the need for 2D drawings. Essentially, MBD is an annotated 3D model that includes 3D geometry, product and manufacturing information (PMI), metadata and other data elements.
Whether your requirement is to share your 3D CAD data with your customers and suppliers using lightweight visualization formats or to carry out design reviews with colleagues locally or around the world. Theorem has solutions to support you which work with a wide range of CAD data and across different XR technologies.
Theorem’s Publish 3D enables the publishing of 3D CAD and visualization data directly from within design applications into interactive 3D PDF documents. The published document output contains embedded interactive 3D representations of the native CAD data (within a pre-defined template).