STAFFORDSHIRE, UK, Dec 5, 2016 – Theorem’s v19.3 JT to SOLIDWORKS Composer, from the Publish 3D range of products, is now available with new and improved product features and enhancements for the SOLIDWORKS Composer user needing to work with JT data.
V19.3 supports SOLIDWORKS Composer 2015 SP2 and above, alongside API support for Dassault’s Multi-CAD and JT’s Jtk 8.0.
Working within the Dassault Systèmes Composer architecture, the Publish 3D range provides interactive, batch and command line interfaces for SOLIDWORKS Composer users to directly access JT data independently of any JT products, and is self-contained and version independent for improved ease of use.
SOLIDWORKS Composer users can now open JT data including geometry, assemblies, product structure, metadata and product manufacturing information (PMI).The system is very quick and easy to learn and use, with functionality driven from a pull down menu aiding the creation of assembly procedures, technical illustrations, interactive 3D product experiences, training materials, marketing materials, sales tools and more.
With the growing trend to re-use 3D design data across business enterprises, the integration of JT and SOLIDWORKS Composer enables users across the enterprise to work with JT files to meet and overcome longstanding business challenges of reducing costs, improving quality and reducing timescales, and delivers tangible business benefits.
Theorem’s strategic partnerships with Dassault Systemes and Siemens ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of SOLIDWORKS Composer, JT and Theorem’s products, allowing Theorem to continue to provide data solutions to the Composer community.
About Theorem Solutions
Theorem Solutions works with engineering and manufacturing companies to reduce the cost of project collaboration with their customers, suppliers and internal departments. The innovative and advanced data translation products and services provided also helps to protect the value of engineering data and the intellectual property it contains.
For more information, visit www.theorem.com.