ASCON is a developer of CAD and PDM software with headquarters in Russia. The company’s flagship product is KOMPAS-3D, a 3D modeling system that now boasts over 500,000 seats in aerospace, automotive, heavy machinery, power generation, construction, electronics, and other industries. Since day one, KOMPAS-3D was based on C3D Modeler, C3D Solver, and C3D Converter. 


Web: https://ascon.ru

Products based on C3D Toolkit:
  • KOMPAS-3D
  • KOMPAS-Graphic
  • KOMPAS-Builder
  • KOMPAS:24
  • LOODSMAN:PLM

“For 30 years KOMPAS-3D has been built on top of unique mathematical algorithms that we developed in-house, which are now known as C3D Toolkit. For the last 20 years, KOMPAS-3D has relied on this state-of-the-art toolkit for precise geometric modeling, 2D/3D constraint solving, and data exchange. The development teams at KOMPAS-3D and C3D Labs stay in close contact, working together on additional powerful and reliable solutions that shape ideas for engineers.”
Igor Volokitin, Deputy Director at KOMPAS-3D

Partnership Timeline

2018year

ASCON launches KOMPAS-3D v18, the most powerful version in its history. The updated 3D MCAD system benefits significantly from increases in performance through contributions by C3D Modeler and C3D Solver in optimized algorithms and support of multithreading.

2018

ASCON integrates C3D Viewer Enterprise into its LOODSMAN:PLM product lifecycle management system to generate lightweight representations of CAD data.

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2018
2013year

ASCON successfully employs C3D Modeler in developing their KOMPAS:24 mobile 3D viewer.

2013
2010year

ASCON improves surface and hybrid modeling tools in KOMPAS-3D, relying on C3D Modeler.

2010
2004year

ASCON releases KOMPAS-3D V7 with 3D sheet metal functions provided by C3D Modeler.

2004
2000year

ASCON enters the 3D CAD world by introducing the KOMPAS-3D MCAD system with 3D modeling capabilities based entirely on the C3D Modeler kernel.

2000
1995year

ASCON decides to create its geometric kernel as the company begins to work on a new MCAD system, known today as KOMPAS-3D.

1995