LEDAS Model Compare Tool Adds MCAD Formats

Feb 20, 2015 -- LEDAS Ltd. announces new capabilities in its LEDAS Geometry Comparison (LGC) component. LGC now supports most formats from today's MCAD systems, including all flagship and mid-range products of the top four CAD vendors.

Original CATIA model, and version edited by SOLIDWORKS
 

Because LGC makes it possible to compare models from any source, the new release allows users to work with CAD models without worrying about native formats. And so LGC allows users to open and then compare native parts and assemblies from CATIA, NX, Creo, SOLIDWORKS, Inventor, and Solid Edge. It fills out its coverage of 3D interoperability formats by adding JT and ACIS to those already supported, STEP, IGES, and Parasolid.

To handle the new formats, LEDAS decided on licensing the translation component from Datakit, software that has a proven track record.

Differences between CATIA and SOLIDWORKS models found by LEDAS Geometry Comparison

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