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19.06.2013

ASCON Adds Support for All Primary MCAD Formats to KOMPAS-3D

St Petersburg, Russia: 19 June 2013 - ASCON Group, developer and integrator of professional CAD/AEC/PLM solutions, is pleased to announce expanded functionality for its award-winning 2D and 3D KOMPAS-3D MCAD system. A new file converter supports native data formats from all primary CAD systems, including Dassault Systemes CATIA© and SolidWorks©, Siemens PLM NX©, PTC Pro/Engineer© and Autodesk Inventor©.

The new CAD Conversion Tool is precise, reliable, and fast. It handles assembly structures, attributes like names and layers, and all entities, such as points, curves, and b-rep solids. The tool is based on technology from CT CoreTechnologie, and is aimed for flexible and easy data exchange with customers, suppliers, and engineering partners throughout the stages of CAD design and engineering, FEM calculations, CAM tool paths, and the digital factory.


Today, collaborating and sharing 3D data within MCAD environments is a major requirement for organizations. Expanded CAD data exchange capabilities are important competitive factors, including the ability to import native CAD files, applying high precision healing technology, and the fastest conversion process. All these take interoperability to a new dimension.

The time-saving and flexible benefits of converting 3D models are indispensable for the successful integration of all systems involved in multi-CAD environments. Users of the high-performance KOMPAS-3D modeling program are now able to import and work with native parts and assembly files from leading 3D CAD systems. Service providers and suppliers now have the ability to edit any 3D model with just one, cost-effective MCAD system.


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