JT > 3DXML CADverter

Capture and share live, accurate 3D data quickly and easily

Helping the CATIA Community to work with JT data

Theorem Solutions is pleased to announce the availability of their latest visualization products helping resolve the issue of working with JT data for the CATIA community.

Theorem’s JT to 3DXML CADverter makes accurate JT data available to users of CATIA V5, 3DLive, 3DVIA Composer, Delmia and Enovia.

With the use of Dassault Systemes strategic XCAD and Siemens JT Open technology ensures full compatibility, delivers high quality data and business benefits with the latest version of Theorem’s JT to 3DXML CADverter.

The resulting 3DXML data is a full and complete translation of the JT file, including Brep solids and surfaces, tessellated data, PMI (product manufacturing information), structure and colour. It provides users with new methods and extends the use of design data within a business enterprise and across supply chains.

Theorem customers will be immediately familiar with the interactive user interface for the translation of small numbers of files but it is likely that many organisations will gain significant benefit by running Theorem’s JT to 3DXML translator via the command line interface integrated in to their PLM environments.

Theorem’s JT to 3DXML CADverter is easy to use, saves a user time and reduces costs through not having to re-work data, also removing the occurrence of manual errors.

The JT to 3DXML product is available on Windows XP, Vista and 7, 32Bit and 64Bit platforms. Access to a licensed copy of CATIA V5 is required for operation.

Theorem’s JT to 3DXML CADverter is available immediately.

For further information: http://www.theorem.com/Visualization/jt_3dxml.htm

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