IronCAD 2020 SP 1 Released
ATLANTA, GA, USA, Mar 2, 2020 – IronCAD, the premier 3D CAD program of choice for machine designers, officially announces the release of it’s Service Pack #1 for IronCAD 2020. IronCAD’s latest service pack is devoted to providing valuable improvements to the quality and usability of the application.
Some of the key enhancements and improvements are:
- IFC Import Support – IronCAD’s Native Translator has been updated to now support the IFC format (Industry Foundation Classes ) commonly used in BIM application to allow users to share structural data with IronCAD’s mechanical application. Users that purchased IronCAD’s Native Translator Add-on will automatically have this capability added when updating to Service Pack #1.
- Large Assembly Improved Graphics – Additional changes have been made to improve the graphical interaction with large assembly data.
- Quality Improvements – Many improvements have been made to the IronCAD 2020 release based on customer reported requests following the initial release. These improvements further strengthen the quality of IronCAD 2020.
Based in Atlanta, Ga., IronCAD is a leading provider of 3D design productivity solutions that deliver the highest levels of customer satisfaction and productivity. Individual components of this solution can be used standalone, complementary within an existing design environment, or can be used together to collaborate effectively throughout the enterprise to extend productivity. IronCAD’s flagship product IRONCAD has won many industry awards for its innovative technology and leads the industry in its ease of use and design productivity. Thousands of customers worldwide use IronCAD to support their success. For more information about IronCAD 2020, visit www.ironcad.com.