20.08.2018 • C3D Modeler, ODA

C3D Modeler for Teigha Updated for 2018

C3D Labs announced it has updated the C3D Modeler for Teigha. This is a lightweight version of the C3D Modeler geometric kernel designed to develop 3D applications on the Open Design Alliance’s Teigha platform. Developers who use Teigha’s API gain access to 3D solid modeling functions through this module.

C3D Labs will present the new features added to C3D Modeler for Teigha 2018 at next month’s Open Design Developer Conference in Prague. During a special conference session, interested developers and partners will be able to view the new functions first-hand. The special session will be held Tuesday, September 11 at the conference.

What’s New in C3D Modeler for Teigha 2018

C3D Modeler for Teigha 2018 provides the Teigha community with powerful tools for developing new 3D applications and for extending the capabilities of 2D systems. The following key operations were added to the new version:

Construct bodies with sections

Slice bodies by planes

C3D Modeler for Teigha already supports the creation of complex 3D solids, such as extrusions, revolutions, sweeps, chamfers, fillets, thin-walled solids, Boolean operations between solids, and solids consisting of a face and an underlying surface.

The updated C3D Modeler for Teigha is available free for testing through the Teigha Marketplace. Open Design Alliance members may request an evaluation by going to https://www.opendesign.com/members/marketplace/c3d-modeler-teigha.

Learn more about C3D Modeler for Teigha at the Teigha Blog.

About Teigha

The Teigha development platform is provided by the Open Design Alliance to create 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 in 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 the trademark of the Open Design Alliance. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.