Staffordshire, UK, 1st August 2012: Theorem Solutions is pleased to announce the release of their third V6 solution for Creo Parametric.
Theorem’s bi-directional V6 <> Creo Parametric solution is now available, joining their growing V6 portfolio of CADverter format converter solutions which also include CADverters for V6 <> JT and V6 <> NX.
Theorem’s strong partnerships with Dassault Systemes & PTC, reputation for quality and robustness of product ensures that the new V6 <> Creo Parametric format converter will be well received by users of both Dassault Systemes and PTC Creo design applications as it enables direct use of data between V6 and Creo Parametric for the first time.
The V6 <> Creo Parametric CADverter is fully integrated within the V6 environment enabling bi-directional file and PDM collaboration scenarios. It can be used interactively or in batch mode depending upon a user’s requirements. As standard, this particular product has been designed specifically to be incorporated into process orientated operations and so is integrated and runs under the management of the V6 infrastructure.
Theorem’s CADverter reads and writes both V6 and PTC Creo data, converting assembly data (product structure) Exact Brep solids and surfaces, tessellated data, PMI (product manufacturing information) and colour. The V6 converted data can then be used anywhere within the V6 environment, in all applications (CATIA, DELMIA, SIMULIA, ENOVIA) enabling supply chains with mixed V6 and Creo environments the ability to collaborate more efficiently.
Theorem’s CADverter also provides the ability to convert Creo data (Creo Parametric and Creo View) into the 3dxml file format for collaboration with all applications collaborating through this format, such as CATIA, DELMIA, SIMULIA, ENOVIA, 3DVIA and 3DSWYM.
On-going compatibility with V6 and Creo is assured through Theorem's licensing of API technology from both application sources.
Licensed versions of both V6 and PTC Creo applications are required for use with the minimum prerequisite releases: V6R2013 for V6 and Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4 & 5 and Creo 1.0 being supported. (Creo 2.0 coming soon)
Available for immediate shipment, Theorem's format converter for Creo Parametric is offered as a bi-directional configuration for unrestricted data transfer between the two formats V6 and Creo.
For further information please click here: http://www.theorem.com/CATIAV6/catiav6_creo-parametric.htm
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About Theorem Solutions
Theorem Solutions is a long established World leading supplier of services and products that solve a range of engineering data problems for the design and manufacturing communities. Formed in 1991, to address CAD data translation issues, Theorem has gone on to master this challenge and deliver cost saving solutions and consultancy to engineering and manufacturing OEMs and their suppliers throughout the world.
Theorem’s CADverter family of translators provide interoperability capabilities between all of the major CAD systems, providing a comprehensive exchange of data including geometry, attributes and product manufacturing information.
Partner to all major CAD vendors and with the use of vendor supported development environments Theorem’s CADverter products ensure that the data being processed conforms to the specific requirements of the various applications. In addition, as the vendors improve their respective propriety file formats, their supported development environments remove all risks associated with database changes and guarantee to keep pace with the changes they make.
Design, Engineering and Manufacturing companies use Theorem’s consultancy and products to automate and take cost out of collaborating with business partners and they range in complexity from one to one partnerships to solutions for supply chains with hundreds of companies.
As well as enabling interoperability between trading partners Theorem also provides process automation solutions that are used “in house” for tasks such as CAD data migration and long term archiving. These save time and money by streamlining and eliminating the labour intensive tasks involved in translating and managing engineering and manufacturing data, help protect IP and also enable the capture and retention of skills which might otherwise be lost through employee mobility or retirement.