Open Design Alliance and C3D Labs Releases C3D Modeler for Teigha®
New 3D solid modeler now available to ODA members
Phoenix, AZ: December 7, 2016 – The Open Design Alliance (ODA) and C3D Labs today announced the availability of the C3D Modeler for Teigha, a new component that enables advanced 3D modeling operations through the Teigha API for CAD systems.
C3D Modeler for Teigha was developed by C3D Labs in cooperation with the ODA. It supports a wide range of 3D solid modeling functions, including the creation of solids, editing through Boolean operations, lofting, and chamfering.
C3D Modeler for Teigha is available through a tiered, royalty-free licensing model. More information is available on the ODA member portal at www.opendesign.com.
About C3D Labs
C3D Labs (ASCON Group) specializes in the technology-intensive market of PLM components. The company develops and markets the C3D Toolkit used by developers of CAD/CAM/CAE 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 data exchange.
You can learn more about C3D Labs at http://c3dlabs.com/en/.
The Teigha development platform provides tools for creating a rich variety of engineering applications. These include full-scale CAD systems, automation, general-purpose visualization and markup, and custom data access and editing.
Teigha supports the use of .dwg, .dgn, .prc, .rvt, .rfa and .pdf files by software, as well as the import and export of many other formats. It runs on all major desktop, server, and mobile platforms, and is available for C++, .NET, and Java developers.
Teigha is developed by the Open Design Alliance (www.opendesign.com).
Teigha is the trademark of the Open Design Alliance. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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