nanoCAD Plus Enhanced With C3D Modeler, Solver, Converter
Leading Russian CAD Developer Nanosoft Licenses 3D Kernel from C3D Labs
Moscow, Russia: August 4, 2016 – C3D Labs, a subsidiary of ASCON Group, is pleased to announce that Nanosoft has licensed its C3D components for the nanoCAD Plus platform. As one of the leading Russian CAD software developers, Nanosoft will use the C3D Modeler, C3D Solver, and C3D Converter components from C3D Labs in its nanoCAD Plus line of CAD software.
The decision to use the C3D modeling kernel was made after C3D Labs developed a module that integrates its kernel with the Teigha® DWG/DXF/DGN platform from the Open Design Alliance. This eliminated any remaining constraints towards the development of C3D-based CAD systems that support *.dwg and *.dgn files directly.
About C3D Labs
C3D Labs specializes in the technology-intensive market of PLM components. The company develops and markets the C3D Toolkit used by developers of CAD systems and educational institutions worldwide. In 2013, C3D Labs became a resident of Skolkovo, Russia’s state development office park.
Computer-aided design systems are the most widely known software in which components, like C3D, are typically used. As a critical software development tool, C3D is today the only modeling kit that incorporates all four modules crucial to CAD -- 2D/3D modeling, 2D/3D constraint solving, 3D visualization, and 2D/3D file conversion. To read more about the C3D Toolkit, go to c3dlabs.com/en/products/c3d-kernel/
Founded in 2008, Nanosoft oriented itself towards using innovative methods to develop and distribute engineering design software. The main goal of the company is to develop an affordable CAD system.
Nanosoft creates the conditions that make possible mass migration from illegal CAD software usage. The company is committed to minimizing the expenses borne by users making this migration. The Nanosoft partner network consists of more than 150 dealers (mostly in Russia) specialized in sales and implementation of software products for design engineers.
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