Theorem’s latest Multi-CAD supports CATIA V5 R27 and NX 11

Our V20.2 CATIA V5 Multi-CAD to NX product is ready for release with a number of new product features and enhancements alongside general updates to improve stability and geometry quality.

Integrated within the CATIA V5 application, V20.2 supports from CATIA V5-6R2014 to CATIA V5-6R2017, as well as NX 9, 10 and 11, providing the user with the highest levels of interoperability with NX file assemblies.

This CATIA V5 Multi-CAD to NX product can be packaged as a uni-directional product CATIA V5>NX or NX>CATIA V5 or as a bi-directional translator.

Our CATIA V5 Multi-CAD to NX Product is based upon the Dassault Systemes XCAD infrastructure, allowing CATIA V5 users to incorporate parts and assemblies from NX, directly within the CATIA environment and removing the need for external translators. The application checks geometry for errors and validates the integrity of the data as it comes into CATIA. The beauty of the Dassault Multi-CAD architecture is the interlinking of the CATIA data and non-native data.

In V20.2 the Theorem User Interface is supported for both interactive and batch processing of translations external to the CATIA V5 application.

Using Multi-CAD offers a greater level of security and protection as the link to the source data is a direct link, without the need to leave the application or use 3rd party external applications. This also removes any errors that can occur from working with potentially old and out of date data.

Our strategic partnerships with Dassault Systemes and Siemens  ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA V5, NX and Theorem’s Multi-CAD products, allowing us to continue to provide data solutions to the CATIA V5 community.

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