Theorem Releases Lightweight 3D CATIA V5i to Creo View Adaptor V24.1

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    STAFFORDSHIRE, UK, Aug 20, 2021 – Theorem Solutions is pleased to announce the latest release of CATIA V5i to Creo View from the Lightweight 3D range of products.

    Our CATIA V5i to Creo View solution allows CATIA users, who have limited or no access to a licensed install of CATIA V5, to create and share Creo View data without needing access to a CATIA V5 license. They can be run interactively using the CADverter GUI or in batch mode and linked to PLM.

    Licenses of vendor specific CAD applications can be expensive resources to purchase and also to maintain, so it doesn’t help when they are tied up for long periods of time on more design activities or when there aren’t enough available licenses to be able to multi-task different design projects. The CATIA V5i to Creo View product is the ideal solution for CATIA V5 users who have to supply native 3D mechanical design data in the lightweight Creo View format to customers and suppliers when limited resources are available.

    CATIA V5i to Creo View is a uni-directional converter between the Dassault Systems’ CATIA V5 modelling application and the Creo View product viewer from PTC. It has been developed using the Spatial (Dassault) Interop Development Environment and supports all CATIA V5 revisions from R25 up to and including V5-6R2021 (R31), as well as up to Creo View 7.1.

    Our strategic partnership with Spatial (Dassault) and PTC ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA V5 and Creo View, and our Lightweight 3D products, allowing us to continue to provide quality and robust data solutions for CATIA V5 and Creo View users.

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    About Theorem Solutions

    Theorem is an independent privately owned organisation which has been providing solutions to the world’s leading engineering and manufacturing companies for over 25 years. It enables CAD users to extract greater value from their 3D CAD assets.

    For more information, visit https://www.theorem.com.