3D_Evolution software for VR applications

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Software specialist CoreTechnologie has launched a new version of the conversion software 3D_Evolution which now supports the latest JT format 10.5. The tool was specially developed to support the exchange of large amounts of data between 3D, CAD and VR systems and enables detailed CAD models to be simplified. The current version of the universal converter 3D_Evolution 4.5 supports the latest JT format 10.5.

For data conversion applications, especially in the automotive, aerospace and plant engineering sectors, it is necessary to convert assemblies of several gigabytes in size into another system format. This is now also possible for the latest JT 10.5 data format. 

The actual software version 3D_Evolution 4.5 SP1 supports the new STT technology to quickly load a 3D preview of the entire JT model and reload sub-assemblies in the exact XT format. This gives the user an overview for selecting and converting the desired perimeters in the shortest possible time.

The new version of the conversion software also supports the 3D dimension information (PMI) of JT 10.5, where the 3D dimensions mark the associated reference geometry such as holes and tolerance information on the model and allows the user a better overview.

The 3D_Evolution converter has interfaces to all common systems and formats such as Catia, Creo, Nx, Solidworks, Inventor, and STEP as well as to the visualization formats Fbx, Gltf and Obj. Functions for quality analysis and data correction ensure data quality when exchanging data between the most diverse 3D systems.

The software's optional Simplifier module automatically creates an outer shell of complex models and effectively reduces the data volumes of large assemblies and complex models. This enables fast, problem-free further processing in 3D systems. By generating the envelope geometry, the know-how is protected at the same time.

 

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