Theorem Releases CADverter v24 for CATIA V5 > NX Users

TAMWORTH, UK, Apr 20, 2021 – Theorem Solutions has announced the release of their latest CADverter for CATIA V5 > NX users.

This uni-directional CADverter can also be licensed with Theorem’s NX > CATIA V5 CADverter to create a bi-directional translator.

Integrated within the CATIA application, V24.0 supports all revisions of from CATIA V5-6R2018 to V5-6R2021 and NX 12, NX 1899, NX 1926 and NX 1953.

The CATIA V5 to NX translator is a direct database converter between CATIA V5 and NX. It enables the user to convert all forms of 3D mechanical design geometry, as well as assembly and attribute information, between these two systems.

The translator can be purchased as a uni-directional, CATIA V5 to NX, or NX to CATIA V5 product, or as a bi-directional product. It can be used interactively or in a batch mode, from a standard CADverter Unified Interface.

The aim of the CADverter is to allow the user to translate any data that they have held in a CATIA format and make it useable in NX for various use cases, whether the downstream user wants a lightweight reference part to model around, or a precise copy of the data translated to allow measurement and editing of translated models.

CADverter products translate assembly structure, geometry, attributes and, where available, 3D product manufacturing information (PMI) and metadata between CATIA V5 and NX, supporting model based definition (MBD) processes.

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

For more information visit https://www.theorem.com/translate/catia-v5-to-nx-translator

About Theorem Solutions

Theorem Solutions helps engineering and manufacturing companies extract greater value from their 3D CAD assets. Enabling them to use those assets for supplier and customer collaboration, for creating technical publications with 3D content and in augmented, mixed and virtual reality experiences, helping to reduce costs and improve time to market.

For more information, visit www.theorem.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.