Creo View data can now be created and shared independently of CATIA V5 with Theorem’s latest Visualize 3D product

We are pleased to announce the latest release of Visualize 3D 20.3 for CATIA V5i > Creo View.

Our CATIA V5i > Creo View solution allows CATIA users, who have limited or no access to a licensed install of CATIA V5, to create and share Creo View data without needing access to a CATIA V5 license.

Licenses of vendor specific CAD applications can be expensive resources to purchase and also to maintain, so it doesn’t help when they are tied up for long periods of time on more design activities or when there aren’t enough available licenses to be able to multi-task different design projects. The CATIA V5i to Creo View product is the ideal solution for CATIA V5 users who have to supply native 3D mechanical design data in the lightweight Creo View format to customers and suppliers when limited resources are available.

Our CATIA V5i > Creo View is a uni-directional converter between the Dassault Systems’ CATIA V5 modelling application and the Creo View product viewer from PTC. It has been developed using the Spatial (Dassault) Interop Development Environment and supports all CATIA V5 revisions up to and including V5-6R2017, as well as up to Creo View 4.1.

Our strategic partnership with Spatial (Dassault) and PTC ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA V5 and Creo View, and Theorem’s Visualize 3D products, allowing us to continue to provide quality and robust data solutions for CATIA V5 and Creo View users.

For more information visit www.theorem.com

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Theorem will be showcasing experiences for Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality at PTC LiveWorx 2018

We will be at this year’s PTC LiveWorx in Boston, USA, from 17th– 20th June 2018.

As a long standing PTC solution partner, the team from Theorem will be there on stand #319 to showcase our latest PLM productivity enhancing solutions for the Creo and Creo View user.

Our widely used Data Exchange and Supply Chain Collaboration solutions for Creo and Creo View are complimented by our 3D PDF publishing and Visualization tools that all support MBD for downstream processes.

You can now also utilize those same CAD and PLM assets in the latest Augmented (AR), Mixed (MR) and Virtual (VR) Reality devices with our data and device agnostic Visualization Experience Application – part of our ‘Digital Realities’ product suite.

Our Publish 3D – 3D PDF suite enables you to publish your Creo data to interactive 3D PDF documents that can be shared internally and externally throughout your supply chain.

Whereas our Multi-CAD plugin allows you to insert Creo files into your CATIA session, and work on them, whilst maintaining associativity in CATIA back to the original Creo formats.

If you need your CAD assets in a lightweight data format, then our Visualize 3D product suite focuses specifically on the direct translation of 3D CAD data from mechanical CAD systems for the purpose of Visualization.

All of which can be reused and optimised for ‘Digital Realities’. At stand #319 you will be able to ‘experience’ our recently released Visualization Experience Application, which currently runs on the following devices:

  • Augmented Reality (AR) – Windows 10, Android and iOS Tablets and Phones
  • Mixed Reality (MR) – Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality (VR) – HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

We will also be holding a ‘Starting your AR, MR and VR Journey’ session in which we will be discussing how engineering and manufacturing organisations can implement Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality technologies into their workflows.

The experience utilises existing CAD and PLM data assets and can also merge data from ERP, MES, CRM and proprietary databases, adding further value to the Digital Realities application which is opening up an entirely new way to interact with Engineering and Manufacturing data up and down the supply chain, in all areas, including: Design, Manufacturing, Assembly, Training, Service and Digital Twin.

We recently hosted a webinar on the topic which is available to view upon registration:

http://www.theorem.com/Digital-Realities/pr-starting-the-ar-mr-vr-journey.htm

The challenge is deciding which technology is best for you and how do you start your journey?

For more information visit www.theorem.com

Theorem are teaming up with AREA at AR and VR World 2018

At 2018’s AR and VR World on 12th– 14th June (as part of TechXLR8 and London Tech Week), we will be joining forces with AREA at the ExCel, London, to showcase our latest Visualization Experience app for Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality.

We have recently released our Visualization Experience app to utilize CAD and PLM data assets in Augmented, Mixed and Virtual reality as part of our Digital Realities product portfolio.

We currently provide experiences for:

  • Augmented Reality: Android, Windows 10 and iOS based devices
  • Mixed Reality: Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality: HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

These experiences can also merge data from other databases: ERP, MES and CRM along with proprietary databases to further add value to Digital Realities.

Our data and device agnostic Visualization Experience is the perfect app to help you start to answer the ‘ifs’, the ‘whys’ and the ‘buts’ associated with deploying these new technologies within day to day engineering and manufacturing.

The challenge is deciding which technology is best for you and how do you start your journey?

Our aim is to get you thinking about the impact that these new technologies can have on your organisation. How using proof of concept for each device type will help to define uses cases and buy-in based on established business processes, whilst leveraging existing CAD and PLM assets. Most importantly, why you should remain device agnostic in an ever evolving digital realm.

We recently hosted a webinar on the topic which is available to view upon registration:

http://www.theorem.com/Digital-Realities/pr-starting-the-ar-mr-vr-journey.htm

Our Visualization Experience app must be ‘experienced’ in order to realise its potential, and you will be able to have hands-on demonstrations at the Theorem stand within the AREA pavilion.

By putting these low cost devices into the hands of everybody, and democratising the use of AR, MR and VR, Theorem’s Visualization Experiences are opening up an entirely new way to interact with Engineering and Manufacturing data up and down the supply chain, in all areas, including: Design, Manufacturing, Assembly, Training, Service and Digital Twin.

For more information visit www.theorem.com