Multi-language support for Sescoi’s WorkXPlore 3D high-speed viewer

April 20, 2010 - Sescoi is pleased to announce the recent release of WorkXPlore 3D in Italian and the official launch of the WorkXPlore 3D Japanese version at last week’sIntermold show in Osaka. Designed to facilitate input into the design process throughout an organization and its supply chain, WorkXPlore 3D is able to import, manipulate and amalgamate models and drawings from virtually any CAD system at high speed.

Low cost and free viewer versions of WorkXPlore 3D can be combined with the powerful capability of the full Manufacturing Pro version of the software to make it economic for many more designers and engineers to simultaneously participate in product development. Tools allow users to check dimensions, examine draft angles, compare revisions of the design, animate assemblies, add notes, and in the latest version, add geometric dimensioning and tolerance symbols.

Designed for manufacturers from a range of mechanical industries from mold, die and tool making to automotive, users of WorkXPlore 3D will save the cost of investing in and learning multiple CAD systems, and will be able to share design data in a common lightweight format. Work on several stages of the project can proceed concurrently, which makes it much easier to optimize the design and greatly shortens the development cycle, getting the finished product to market considerably faster. Companies, such as airlines, requiring staff to have the capability to view and measure parts for maintenance purposes can also benefit from the deployment of this user-friendly, easy to learn software.

A recent survey of nearly 400 companies conducted by Sescoi in France and Germany showed a significantly higher satisfaction level with the functionality and performance of WorkXPlore 3D versus its closest competitor, which 3 out of every 10 users described as lacking in full functionality.

WorkXPlore 3D is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese, with Chinese and other languages in development.



Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require further information.

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