TFTLabs S.A.S, announces today in this latest release the support of new DASSAULT Systems/CATIA V5-6R2013 for company products TFTWeb™, TFTPad™, TFT4iT™ and free JSON3D Gallery™.
TFTLabs products support all major 3D formats, which now include latest release of CAD System:
Dassault Systemes / CATIA V5-6 R2013
Entities treated :
- Assemblies, parts, visibilities, colors, transparency,
- Tessellation, Exact geometry, Features,
- PMI (Product Manufacturing Information), Views, Piping,
- File extensions: .CATProduct, .CATPart, .CGR, .3DXML
In CAD interoperability business, the #1 customer requirement is the responsiveness in delivering updates compatible with the latest versions of any CAD format. This is also our #1 priority for the 20+ formats we support and, thanks to our Web approach, deployment to end-users is instantaneous and transparent. Check it out with our free JSON3D Gallery starting today !Francois Chretien, CEO and Chief Scientist
We are proud of our development team who managed to release this update only one month after general availability of Dassault software. We stay committed to shorten as much as possible the release schedule of our importers.Jean-Luc Brocard, COO and CSM
TFTLabs products work directly on 3D data from all native or generic CAD formats (more than 20 formats) up to their latest revision.
Within TFTPad, interact with 3D models using the intuitive touch interface. Pinch to zoom, single finger drag to rotate, two fingers drag to pan and double tap on the screen to fit all the model.
With TFTWeb, the instant messaging system for 3D, communicates and collaborates on 3D native data on various operating systems and browsers.
Create pages together with annotations, dimensions, detailed or exploded views, textual information …
With TFT4iT, software editors can easily integrate our 100 % web-based 3D toolkit and access directly to all major 3D CAD file formats. Software editors can now take benefit of the JSON3D format real openness and perenity.
The whole technology behind the products is owned by TFTLabs, whose key people have a unique experience in 3D interoperability since 20 years.