Make the most of installed CATIA licences when working with NX


Theorem Solutions of Tamworth, Staffordshire, UK has announced the latest release of CADverter V20.3 for CATIA V5i to NX.

Theorem's CATIA V5i-NX is a uni-directional direct database converter between the Dassault Systemes' V5 and Siemens' NX modelling applications. It can be packaged with Theorem's NX-CATIA V5i to create a bi-directional product. It has been developed using the Spatial (Dassault) Interop Development Environment and supports all CATIA V5 revisions from V5 R15 to V5-6R2017, and NX 9, 10 and 11.

In this latest version, the new Theorem Unified Interface (UI) is supported for both interactive and batch processing. There are also interactive import/export menus in NX that are available for users.

Designed for companies who have limited or no access to the CATIA V5 application, but who need to create or read NX data, the CATIA V5i -NX CADverter is a high quality, cost effective translation solution designed to help solve the issue of working with and sharing incompatible data formats.

NX users who also have to work with data supplied in the CATIA format from customers and suppliers commonly find that they require access to a license of CATIA in order to translate the data in to NX. Using the CADverter, users can create NX data without needing access to a licence of the CATIA V5 application.

Theorem's CATIA V5i-NX solution helps to increase the productivity of the CATIA user by saving time and freeing up CAD licences. It supports collaboration between OEM's and their customers and suppliers, enabling original 3D mechanical design data to be re-used in downstream activities helping to increase data quality and reduce overall project costs.

Theorem's strategic partnership with Spatial (Dassault Systemes) and Siemens ensures that there is a parallel development between the latest releases of CATIA V5 and NX, and Theorem's CADverter products, allowing Theorem to continue to provide quality and robust data solutions for CATIA V5 and NX users.

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