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Theorem announces V20.3 Creo-CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Multi-CAD software

Theorem Solutions of Tamworth, Staffordshire has announced the release of V20.3, the latest version of Theorem’s Creo-CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Multi-CAD product.

V20.3 supports CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE R2015x, R2016x and R2017x, as well as Creo 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0. The software is designed to provide users with the highest levels of interoperability. This uni-directional product can be packaged with Theorem’s CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Multi-CAD to Creo product, creating a bi-directional translator.

Based upon the Dassault Systemes strategic XCAD technology, Theorem’s Multi-CAD enables the CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE users to interactively work with native Creo parts and assemblies in an interactive CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE session. This is achieved by simply selecting the Creo part or assembly to be imported into CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE allowing the user to work with the Creo data to perform Design Modification, Design-in-Context and Manufacturing activities.

Multi-CAD products support the introduction of assembly structure, geometry and Functional Tolerancing and Annotation (FTA) together with system defined attribute information and colour information from Creo data with additional support for the processing of Model Based Definition (MBD) information from native CAD. In V20.3 the FTA is supported for both Creo to CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Multi-CAD, and CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE Multi-CAD to Creo directions.

Theorem’s Multi-CAD application is an easy to use and efficient solution to the problems that can be encountered when a CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE user needs to work with Creo data regularly during a design project.

Theorem’s strategic partnerships with Dassault Systemes and PTC ensures that there is parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE, Creo and Theorem’s Multi-CAD products, allowing Theorem to continue to provide data solutions for the CATIA and PTC communities.

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