Theorem Releases Visualize 3D CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE to JT v20.2
TAMWORTH, UK, Mar 12, 2018 – Theorem Solutions is pleased to announce the release of the latest CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE to JT translator from our Visualize 3D product range, with a number of new product features and enhancements, alongside general updates to improve geometry quality.
V20.2 supports CATIA V6R2013x, 3DEXPERIENCE R2015x, R2016x and R2017x, along with Jtk. 10.0 This uni-directional product can be licensed with Theorem’s JT to CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Visualize 3D product to create a bi-directional product.
Our Visualize 3D products are aimed at creating visualization data for users of digital mock-up, virtual reality, and or desktop applications, as well as data exchange.
Based upon the Dassault Systemes strategic XCAD technology, V20.2 enables the CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE user to create a JT representation of their data, and supports the translation of assembly structure, geometry, attributes, 3D Product Manufacturing Information (PMI) and metadata. In doing so it facilitates Model Based Definition (MBD) processes containing sufficient information to manufacture and inspect products without the need for 2D engineering drawings.
Sharing CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE data using the neutral ISO standard JT format allows organisations to protect the intellectual property of their designs, while users can explore the shape more easily to understand the 3D definition. The IP protection can be is enhanced by restricting the JT representation to be tessellated data only.
Whilst visualization formats like JT help to secure Intellectual Property, at the same time they support a rich enough set of design data intelligence so that suppliers have all of the information required to complete their job.
Our strategic partnerships with Dassault Systemes and Siemens ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE, JT and Theorem’s Visualize 3D products, allowing us to continue to provide data solutions to the CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE and JT communities.
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