Following the enthusiasm generated by this new interface and the requests of its users, Datakit has extended the range of supported data.
The interface, which was already able to write parts in NX format, with their geometry and their related attributes is now also able to keep wireframe data and to write assemblies.
Thus, users of the standalone converter CrossManager can now convert assemblies coming from various formats (such as CATIA V5, SOLIDWORKS or Creo) to NX format (.prt), keeping their assembly structure and their wire frame.
These improvements are also available in CrossCad/Ware, an API enabling software vendors to integrate Datakit technology in their own application. They are thus able to export NX assemblies from their software.
Datakit also provides a plug-in for SOLIDWORKS which benefits from these enhancements. This plug-in enables to add to SOLIDWORKS the ability to export the open part or assembly in NX format (.prt).
To get in touch with Datakit, to try the software or to get more information, please register on the company’s website www.datakit.com.
Datakit is a privately held and leading company founded in 1994, specialized in CAD data exchange solutions and services. It offers standalone converters, plug-ins and SDK that analyze, heal and export a large number of CAD formats. Datakit exposes a wide range of geometrical and semantic data (assemblies, annotations, metadata) through its varied range of products. It also provides support services for the migration of CAD databases to help customers choose the best data transfer solutions. It works closely together with independent software vendors that currently integrate its CAD data exchange solutions to their own software.
For more information, please visit www.datakit.com.