June 4, 2018
New Addition to C3D Toolkit Transforms Meshes to Solids
C3D Labs is pleased to announce that it is developing a new product to transform polygonal models into boundary representation (b-rep) bodies. The new module, named C3D Mesh2Brep, will be added to the C3D Toolkit and is designed to work together with the C3D Modeler geometric kernel.
April 9, 2018
C3D Labs Reports Results for 2017
C3D Labs is pleased to announce that 2017 was its most successful year since entering the PLM components market five years ago. Revenues from the company’s C3D Toolkit license fees increased in 2017 by 30%. The most important milestone of the year is the new contract with Altium, the world's leading provider of solutions for designing electronics, in which chose C3D Toolkit to improve the 3D modeling of its Altium Designer flagship product.
April 4, 2018
C3D Labs Releases New 3D Model Viewer
Moscow, Russia: 3 April 2018 — C3D Labs, developer of the C3D Toolkit, announced today that it has released C3D Viewer Enterprise 2018, its 3D model viewer designed to be embedded into third-party software systems. The new product generates lightweight representations of CAD data within corporate information systems, such as PDM, PLM, ECM, and EAM.
March 1, 2018
LEDAS Cloud Platform Integrates Smoothly with C3D Toolkit
Moscow and Novosibirsk, Russia: March, 1, 2017 – C3D Labs, a subsidiary of the ASCON group of companies and the commercial developer of the C3D Toolkit, and LEDAS Ltd., a leading provider of software development services for the CAD/CAM/CAE/PDM/PLM market, today announced the successful integration of their products. The LEDAS Cloud Platform (LCP) was bridged with C3D to achieve better performance and quality when working with real-life user models. Before this, LCP had already been coupled with an open-source B-rep geometric kernel and 3D modeling library, so that the new integration was achieved smoothly and in a short timeframe. This proved that LCP can be easily bridged with any general-purpose geometric modeling kernel.
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