Theorem’s latest 3D PDF Publishing and Multi-CAD products will be showcased at GPDIS 2016

We will be attending the Global Product Data Interoperability Summit 2016 taking place in Phoenix, Arizona 26th-29th September 2016. Our participation underscores our commitment to providing first-class interoperability solutions for the worldwide aerospace industry.

The Theorem Solutions team will be available to discuss the broad range of requirements associated with new developments in the world of interoperability and we will be showcasing our latest Publish 3D-3D PDF and Multi-CAD productivity solutions.  We will be highlighting support for Model Based Engineering data and processes.

Publish 3D, our 3D PDF publishing suite of products, will be in action. Imagine being able to share an interactive 3D CAD model with anyone in the world without the requirement for specialist CAD viewing software.  Come and see for yourself how interactive 3D PDFs are revolutionising knowledge sharing and collaboration inside organisations and up and down the supply chain.

Our Multi-CAD products will also be on display for the 3DEXPERIENCE and CATIA user. These plugins allows you to insert JT, NX and Creo files, into your 3DRXPERIENCE or CATIA V5 design session, and work on them, whilst maintaining associativity in 3DEXPERIENCE and CATIA V5 back to the original JT, NX and Creo formats.

We will also be available to offer expert advice on our range of CAD, Visualisation and STEP translators as well as data solutions including CAD migration, Data Exchange Automation and Long Term Data Archiving Solutions offering significant benefits to aerospace OEMs and supply chain networks.

If you are not attending GPDIS but would like more information on the products mentioned visit

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