Theorem will be presenting 3D PDF products at UKIEF 2016

Theorem Solutions will be exhibiting at the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum on 22nd June 2016. Held at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry, UKIEF is an opportunity for us to showcase our Publish 3D – 3D PDF products and solutions to some of the UK’s leading engineering organisations.

Our Technical Director Trevor Leeson will also be taking to the stage (Room 8, 1.40pm-2.10pm) to demonstrate how our 3D PDF products work and explain how the 3D PDF format is helping to open up communication channels throughout organisations and supply chains by re-using CAD data in downstream activities.

Theorem’s Publish 3D – 3D PDF solutions enables the creation of documents enriched with interactive 3D content directly from native CAD applications in to the PDF format for CATIA V5, NX, Creo and JT users.

The Publish 3D product suite supports Model Based Engineering (MBE), helping to improve and streamline Design to Manufacturing processes by replacing the traditional 2D drawing with a completely digital method of communication.

We will also be demonstrating a range of our latest CADverter, Multi-CAD and Visualize 3D products and solutions, that offer direct translation of CAD to CAD, CAD to Visualization and interactive design-in-context solutions, as Theorem believe that there is no one single solution for collaboration. The right solution is determined by the individual use case and not by a particular format.

Take a quick look at our 3D PDF video to learn more about what we will be speaking about at UKIEF

http://www.theorem.com/3dpdf/what-is-a-3d-pdf.htm

For more information visit www.theorem.com 

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