Theorem Releases Visualize 3D SOLIDWORKS-JT v21.3

STAFFORDSHIRE, UK, Jan 7, 2019 – Theorem Solutions has announced the release of the latest version of their Visualize 3D SOLIDWORKS-JT product.

V21.3 supports SOLIDWORKS 2016, 2017 and 2018 along with JT 10.

Features and enhancements in this release include the use of Save As from within SOLIDWORKS to create JT output-providing the user with a consistent method of generating output from within SOLIDWORKS.

Theorem’s Visualize 3D products are aimed at creating visualization data for users of digital mock-up, virtual reality or desktop applications.

Using JT with additional 3D PMI data as part of a model based definition process allows the user to reduce the overall design costs associated with the creation of conventional 2D drawings.

Sharing SOLIDWORKS data using the neutral ISO standard JT format allows organisations to protect the intellectual property of their designs while allowing users to explore the shape, and more easily understand the 3D definition. The IP protection can be enhanced by restricting the JT representation to be tessellated data only.

Enabling SOLIDWORKS users to create high quality JT files allows them to share JT data with their customers and suppliers, facilitating collaboration.

SOLIDWORKS and JT data can now be further utilised in augmented, mixed and virtual reality by using Theorem’s Visualization Experiences App for Digital Realities.

Theorem’s strategic partnerships with Dassault Systemes and Siemens ensures that there is parallel development between the latest releases of SOLIDWORKS, JT, and Theorem’s Visualize 3D products, allowing Theorem to continue to provide data solutions for SOLIDWORKS users wanting to create JT data.

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.

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