Elysium Releases DirectTranslator EX8.0.1 for CAD Data Translation
HAMAMATSU, Japan, Oct 10, 2018 – Elysium is pleased to announce the release of DirectTranslator EX8.0.1. DirectTranslator is a CAD data translation tool, which is designed for desktop use and comes with an easy-to-use user interface. However, it is not a basic translator. It is powered by ASFALIS, a scalable high-end solution to accommodate every requirement, and provides the high-fidelity data translation including PMI (Product Manufacturing Information).
- Added support of latest CAD versions
For further requirements and specifications in the new DirectTranslator EX8.0.1, click here (pdf).
|CATIA V5 (Add-on)||Source CAD Format Side: R7 – R28(V5-6R2018)
Target CAD Format Side: R14, R19, R20
|Creo Parametric (Plug-in)||2.0 – 5.0|
|Creo Parametric (Add-on)||2000i – Creo Parametric 5.0|
|Creo Elements/Direct||17.0, 18.1, 19.0, 20.0, 20.1|
|Autodesk Inventor||2015 – 2019|
*Bold: Added in EX8.0.1
Elysium has been developing and marketing interoperability solutions to the global market since 1984. With thousands of customers worldwide and millions of files translated, it has been approved that our technology is one and only. In the rapid increase of the demand to widely utilize 3D data, we provide solutions for multiple industries. We also have OEM partnerships with leading companies worldwide. Elysium currently supports data exchange between 3DEXPERIENCE, CATIA V4/V5, Creo Elements/Direct, Creo Parametric, Inventor, NX, NX I-deas, SOLIDWORKS and other multi-CAD systems. We specialize in technology that optimizes geometry such as geometry simplification, widely used by CAE users.
Elysium Co. Ltd. was founded in Hamamatsu, Japan, the site of its world headquarters. Its North American headquarters is located in Detroit, MI, USA and European operations are based in Paris, France. With more than 90 employees worldwide and a network of international partners and distributors, Elysium has become the solution of choice of many world-class companies in addressing their interoperability needs. For more information, visit http://www.elysium-global.com.