Second V6 translator released from Theorem

Theorem Solutions V6 CADverter portfolio continues to grow with the arrival of the second V6 translation product being released.

Theorem’s V6 <> NX format converter solution is now available!

Theorem’s strong partnerships with Dassault Systemes & Siemens, reputation for quality and robustness of product ensures that the new V6 <> NX translator will be well received by users of both Dassault Systemes and Siemens design applications as it enables direct data collaboration between V6 and NX for the first time.

The V6 <> NX CADverter integrated within the V6 environment enables bi-directional file & PDM collaboration scenarios.  It can be used interactively or in batch mode depending upon a user’s requirements.  As standard, this particular product has been designed specifically to be incorporated into process oriented operations and so is integrated and runs under the management of the V6 infrastructure.

Theorem’s CADverter reads and writes both V6 and Siemens NX data, converting assembly data (product structure) Exact Brep solids and surfaces, tessellated data, PMI (product manufacturing information) and colour. The V6 converted data can then be used anywhere within the V6 environment, in all applications (CATIA, DELMIA, SIMULIA, ENOVIA) enabling supply chains with mixed V6 and NX environments the ability to collaborate more efficiently.

Theorem’s CADverter also provides the ability to convert NX into 3dxml files for collaboration with all applications collaborating through this format, such as CATIA, DELMIA, SIMULIA, ENOVIA, 3DVIA and 3DSWYM.

On-going compatibility with V6 and NX is assured through Theorem’s licensing of API technology from both application sources.

Licensed versions of both V6 and Siemens NX applications are required for use with the minimum prerequisite releases:  V6R2013 for V6 and NX7.5 or NX8.0 for NX.

Available for immediate shipment, Theorem’s format converter for NX is offered as a bi-directional configuration for unrestricted data transfer between the two formats V6 and NX.

For further information please click here: http://www.theorem.com/catiav6/catiav6_nx.htm