C3D Labs, provider of engineering software development toolkits, increased revenues by 54% in 2018, thereby doubling its rate of growth. The software company also expanded its presence in the American and European markets.
Trusted by global software brands and innovative startups worldwide, C3D Toolkit brings core 3D modeling functions to engineering programs that are used in areas like mechanical design, simulation, manufacturing, building information modeling, and electronics design. The modules of C3D Toolkit enable these programs to construct, edit, visualize, and convert complex geometric models with high accuracy and fast performance.
The strategy of C3D Labs has been to focus on the global market, and as a result export earnings now account for 60% of licenses sold. Today, the primary market is the USA, with sales to Russia, Italy, China, and South Korea also attaining a significant share. Over the past year, C3D Labs landed new customers from Denmark, Italy, Japan, Russia, Turkey, and USA.
The following software packages were released in 2018 incorporating geometric modeling kernel, constraint solver, and data exchange technology from C3D Labs:
- Altium Designer 19 from Altium – electronic design software
- KOMPAS-3D v18 from Ascon – mechanical design software
- Delta Design from Eremex – electronic design software
- PASS/EQUIP from PSRE Co – piping design software
- Renga MEP from Renga Software – MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) software
In addition, the Russian Federal Nuclear Center VNIITF of ROSATOM is ready to release a brand-new CAE (computer-aided engineering) system with 3D visualization delivered by C3D Vision, the newest module of the C3D Toolkit.
Oleg Zykov, CEO of C3D Labs:
Currently, the C3D Labs team is working on the new version of C3D Toolkit to be released in June, 2019.