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Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Theorem released Publish 3D v18.0 with new features and improved capabilities for CATIA V5 users.

What about embedding 3D objects directly into a PDF file? That is what Theorem allows to CATIA users with Publish 3D v18 supporting CATIA V5 R18 to R24.

3D PDF don’t need any third party applications. Like any PDF files, 3D PDF is freely readable into Adobe Reader.

Theorem Publish 3D for CATIA V5 supports 3D annotations and dimensions right into the PDF file. Those generated files can be annotated, shared and additional media embedded.  This could include text, PowerPoint files, spreadsheets, AVI movies and hyperlinks to additional online information.

Get more info? Contact Theorem at marketing@theorem.com

Theorem solutions on DS MARKETPLACE: http://www.plmmarketplace.com/software/theorem-solutions.html 

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Thursday, 17 September 2015

For some companies working on large and complex product and with multiple CAD systems, should need to import those multiple CAD formats into CATIA V5. Theorem Multi-CAD solution allows CATIA users to incorporate parts and assemblies from other CAD sorftware surch as NX and Creo for example and without file translation.

Within your CATIA V5 solution and Theorem plugin, you will be able directly to open CAD files using “Insert existing component”, “file open” and “file save as”.

Moreover, external CAD files geometry are checked by the application and a integrity validation is done by the system.

Also, Multi-CAD application, track changes and update the master CAD file into CATIA, as each sub-assembly developed.

Theorem’s Multi-CAD application system is a low cost and efficient solution to the problems that can be encountered when different CAD systems collaborate on projects and ensures the integrity of the CAD data whilst allowing the seamless transference of files between users.

In order to get more details about Theorem Multi-CAD application, visit the Theorem page on the MarketPlace. 

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Friday, 24 October 2014


  1. Performance improvements
  2. Interoperability gain
  3. Automatic data checking 
  4. 3D PDF publishing
These four new features are the one you where waiting for. They are now available within CADverter v17.2 and also support CATIA V6 3DEXPERIENCE Platform (R2014x)!
With this latest realease, you will be able to work directly within a CATIA (V5 and V6) environmenteliminating external translations. In a word, CADverters check geometry for errors and then validates the integrity of the data as it comes into CATIA. Multi-CAD also tracks changes and updates the master model as each sub-assembly is developed.

Also included in this latest release:
  • Publish 3D Interactive
  • Publish 3D On Demand
  • Publish 3D Automated
Theorem's commitment to keep pace with the latest releases
of CATIA V5 is based on its use of application development utilities provided and supported by the Dassault Systemes themselves. This not only ensures parallel development of new CADverter products, but also completes compatibility with fast-evolving and increasingly capable product development systems found in CATIA V5.

More info on Theorem products on the MarketPlace>>
Do you want to discuss directly with Theorem? Connect the TALK Community

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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

For those of you looking for some interesting reading during Summer time (and even after…), we have updated our blogroll. A few 3DS partners have launched their own blog where they share their views, insights, ideas,… on how 3D can change the world we live in.
This is pretty interesting and less formal/corporate than the usual talks we can have and an invitation to debate and express your opinion with the partner and the readers.

So now, update your bookmarks:

- AMD: discover the latest state-of-art 3D graphics cards brought to the market by AMD and fully compatible with Dassault Systèmes' solutions.
- CD-adapco: everything you wanted to know about Computational Fluids Dynamics (aka CFD) is explained here by CD-adapco.
- Creaform: 3D printing is making the buzz at the moment but did you ever consider a technology that works in pairs with it: 3D scanning? Discover the world of 3D handheld scanner with Creaform!
- Dimensional Controls Systems: those of you interested in the world of automotive or aerospace really have to discover the world of tolerance analysis, the world of DCS!
- Golaemhow will a crowd behave in such or such situation? This is the questions Golaem can answer thanks to its simulations tools!
- Theorem Solutions: ever wondered if it was possible to switch from a CAD system to another? Check out how with Theorem Solutions.

And of course, there is the Dassault Systèmes blog, the place to discover more 3D experiences, to learn more about the world of 3DS and share your vision of the 3D with the community!

Enjoy all these valuable sources of content and ways to exchange and have a great Summer time!

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Monday, 19 November 2012

A few days after Orlando, we have now landed in Brussels where we are delighted to meet you for the 3DEXPERIENCE FORUM Europe. The agenda of these two days is pretty dense but it is really worth attending! (By the way, we had the chance to ear Joseph Pine in Orlando, we're sure you'll appreciate his speech too...).


We've just finished to set up the PLM MarketPlace booth in the Agora where we found a lot of logos we are familiar with. See by yourself, you will have the chance to meet 13 partners part of the PLM MarketPlace. Keonys, Tata Technologies, Technia, Processia and T-Systems on the PLM Solutions Partners (VARs) side. Geometric Ltd, IGE+XAO, OPTIS, Theorem Solutions, Transcat and AIRBUS CIMPA on the Software Partners side. Last but not least, our Technology Partners AMD and Noomeo will be there too to showcase their latest innovations.

Don't hesitate to stop by the PLM MarketPlace booth at any time, should you need more information about our partners or the program. We are here to help!

And, as for Orlando, follow the #3DXforum hashtag on Twitter to get live news from the forum!

See you tomorrow, now it is time for a "gaufre" and a "bière" :-)
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Friday, 27 April 2012

Theorem Solutions, UK Midlands engineering interoperability specialist is further extending its ability to serve the UK manufacturing sector by joining the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC). Recently established in entirely new facilities in Ansty Park, Coventry, MTC represents a £40.5million investment which has been developed in response to the Government’s manufacturing strategy, which sets out an ambitious new vision for high technology manufacturing. The focus of the MTC is to prove innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in an agile environment in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. This means that Theorem joins founder industrial members Rolls-Royce, Aero Engine Controls and Airbus UK, and research partners including the universities of Birmingham, Nottingham, Loughborough and TWI Ltd.

Theorem will contribute to projects where data needs transforming from one format to another, where validation of translated data is essential and in the creation of automated processes including automated movement of engineering data and automatic audit trail creation.

The MTC provides a high quality environment for the development and demonstration of new technologies on an industrial scale, providing a unique opportunity for manufacturers to develop new and innovative processes and technologies in a low risk environment.

Theorem Managing Director Stuart Thurlby, pictured here with MTC Chief Executive Clive Hickman said “We are delighted to be joining MTC and we look forward to being active members at this excellent facility. We will be pleased to contribute our expertise to appropriate projects and look forward to working with the other members of the MTC to improve British manufacturing skills and processes.

Clive Hickman added “We are pleased to welcome new members Theorem Solutions to the MTC and extremely proud to be associated with them as leaders in the field of engineering data services and solutions. I have high hopes for what we will achieve as a partnership.

The Theorem Solutions Team

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Thursday, 12 April 2012

The COE 2012 Annual PLM Conference is THE event that the users of Dassault Systèmes' solutions won't miss for sure! From April 22, 2012 to April 25, 2012 at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas, our users will receive the caliber of user-driven technical education, hands-on training opportunities and access to most accomplished professionals working with Dassault Systèmes products across industries and job roles.  

Have a look at the detailed program of sessions and also the list of exhibitors. Since it is a user-centric event, you'll have the chance to hear from several of our customers: Cessna Aircraft, Hydro-Québec, Johnson Controls, Purdue University, Bell Helicopter, and many others...  Of course, Dassault Systèmes' executives and experts will be there too. So, don't forget to register now!

The Technifair is the great place to meet some of the PLM MarketPlace partners, discover their solutions and ask questions to their experts: AMD, CD-adapco, CENIT, DPS, Elysium, ICAM, IGE+XAO and Theorem Solutions. Some of our resellers will be there too: Adaptive Corporation, Idex Solutions, Mecanica Solutions, RAND North America, and Tata Technologies.

Hope you'll enjoy the COE 2012 Conference. And this time, what happens in Vegas won't stay in Vegas: don't hesitate to share your feedback from the event!

The PLM MarketPlace team
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Thursday, 24 November 2011


We're back in Dassault Systèmes HQ after two very great days at ECF 2011. It was the opportunity for us to meet our partners and see some live demos of their solutions. I must confess that year after year, they push the limits of innovation. Each of them came with brand new products or new features. Ready for the tour?

We first met Angela and René from OPTIS. OPTIS is a world leader in optics simulation. They were presenting their new solution THEIA RT, the world's first truly physics-based real time rendering. On the SPEOS side, there is a new feature: Digital Vision & Surveillance. This allows to enhance camera monitoring before manufacturing the good. For instance, based on the source of light, plane manufacturers can now place a camera at the right place in the cargo hold. Pilots will then have a better vision of the situation in case of fire.

David of IGE+XAO introduced the latest features of See Electrical, the company's electrical harness design solution. See Electrical v4 is now multi-user in addition to be collaborative. IGE+XAO is becoming more and more present in the rail industry (they will be present at the BCN Rail tradeshow next week in Barcelona, Spain). Last but not least, they won some significant deals recently, including ISS Reshetnev in Russia (aerospace), Mühlenberg Interior in Germany (aerospace), Agusta Westland (flight simulation) in Italy or Rolls Royce Marine in Canada.

Next partner I visited was Theorem Solutions. Martin gave me an overview of all the translators available and their future migration on the V6 platform. The company is also increasing its presence in the field of consultancy with their solution called Theorem Process Manager. Theorem Solutions is also now offering a data archiving service allowing customers to maintain legacy data for long term storage.

Finally, I had the chance to see the Transcat team from Germany. Martin told me about the latest release (v1.5) of Q-Compare.

Q-Compare delivers extra functionality for the comparison of two CATIA V5 files. Not only geometrical differences are detected, but also modifications of attributes, colours, naming, elements and many more. It is possible to compare drawings, parts and products, either interactively or in batch mode. With Q-Compare Version 1.5 the highlighting of model diviations right within CATIA has been improved. A new function allows to show the compared models in one single window, which makes it even easier to visualize differences. Download the flyer and release note for more details. 

As you can see, our partners came with their bags full of new solutions and features. Remember that all these solutions are available on the PLM MarketPlace and that you can request more information and even a quote online!

Now, I'd like to hear from you! Did you attend this year's ECF? What did you think about it? Something you saw/heard and want to share with us? I give you the floor!

Anthony

ECF | event | IGE+XAO | OPTIS | theorem | Transcat
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Monday, 21 November 2011

Here we are in Disneyland Paris, between hammers and screw drivers... We can't wait to welcome you in a few hours now at the Dassault Systèmes European Customer Forum (ECF) 2011. The whole PLM MarketPlace team will be there at the booth along with our folks from 3DS Alliances Network. 


Bienvenue!

We had some time to have an overview of the Agora where some of our partners from the PLM MarketPlace are present. They've all got some very great new things to show you. We're pretty sure that no matter what your industry or your job is, you'll find something that will bring you new ideas!

So, as we said, some of our partners are here. This includes, on the referenced partners side: OPTIS, AMD, IGE+XAO, Theorem Solutions and Transcat. We've got some resellers present this year too: Keonys, Tata Technologies, Technia, Processia Solutions and T-Systems.
We really encourage you to take a few minutes to pay these guys a visit between two sessions. This is a unique opportunity for you to discover their offers and talk about business.

For those of you who are not attending this year's ECF, we encourage you to stay tuned to our Facebook page to get some pictures and to follow the hashtag #ECF for a live tweet of the event.

Well, I guess it's time for us to get some sleep now before these two exciting days! 

A demain!

The PLM MarketPlace Team
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Tuesday, 02 November 2010

November is a great time if you want to meet the PLM MarketPlace Team and learn more about the program and benefits to our customers.

On November 9-10, don't miss the Dassault Systèmes Customer Conference 2010 (DSCC 2010) in Orlando, Florida. We'll be participating in the DSCC Technology Showcase as will some of our PLM MarketPlace partners: Forcefive, Technia, Coastal Logic, Geometric, Idex Solutions, NovaQuest and Tata Technologies. Don't miss this opportunity to meet us and these partners at the only DS-run PLM and 3D event in North America.

For the 5th year in a row, PLM MarketPlace will be present at the European Customer Forum 2010 (ECF 2010), on November 23-24. Join us and visit the Agora made of our Referenced Partners: TechniaForcefive, Noomeo, Keonys, Processia, Theorem Solutions, IGE+XAO, OPTIS, AMD, T-Systems and Transcat. Pay us a visit at the PLM MarketPlace booth and take a chance to win an iPad!

See you in a few days on this side, or the other, of the Atlantic!

Anthony Rosendo, on behalf of the PLM MarketPlace Team

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Thursday, 05 November 2009

The challenging economic climate of the last year means that it is very important to have an accurate uptodate view of market opportunity. Theorem Solutions has recently completed an in depth study on CAD data exchange in the UK West Midlands Automotive supply chain which has revealed CATIA’s leading position in UK automotive design and manufacturing companies.

The objective of the study was to identify the types and scale of challenges experienced in CAD data exchange amongst the UK West Midlands Automotive Suppliers. This detail is important to Theorem in order to ensure the development and supply of the ideal interoperability technology to meet the current and anticipated future needs of this important industry sector.

Whilst the core objectives of the project were to identify CAD data exchange problems the work revealed a great deal of further information, including the mix of CAD systems in place. In this respect the project discovered that CATIA dominates the UK West Midlands automotive supply chain with more than twice the number of installations as the next nearest CAD system. When the number of installed workstations is considered the CATIA dominance is seen to be even greater.

The market research confirmed that data exchange is still a problem for many companies in the automotive sector. CATIA emerges as the most widely used CAD system in the survey and this reinforces Theorem’s commitment to providing CATIA users with ‘best in class’ interoperability solutions.

Do these findings match your experience of automotive supply chains?
Do you have problems with data exchange?

The Theorem Team

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Tuesday, 08 September 2009

Hi everyone,
As Anthony is gone on Holidays, discovering new landscape and having some deserved rest, I will take over his blog contribution and try to tell you nice stories with our partners.  And we have some interesting things to tell you.

Speed and strength, what's under the hood?!
Daydreaming can allow us to ponder the many wonders of the world. Spending passing moments contemplating how a passenger ferry can travel at such high speeds for such sustained periods of time for example or perhaps how a yacht can be so fast, yet so agile?
Without great engine systems, neither of these things would be possible and without MTU, one of the world's leading manufacturers of off-road diesel engines many rail, road, agricultural or military vehicles and machines would not exist in the capacity that they do today.

Image courtesy of MTU Detroit Diesel

Something is new with MTU!
With the current global economic crisis biting hard, companies are being forced to save money, slash budgets and reduce man-hours, but workloads remain unchanged.  MTU realized that they would have to speculate to accumulate and to save time and money invested in an installation of TPM, Theorem Process Manager, helping them solve the CAD interoperability challenges they faced.
The installation of TPM has enabled MTU to save time through automating MTU’s complex and labour intensive CAD data exchange processes where CATIA and or Pro/E data had to be prepared and dispatched for a variety of customers – each with differing requirements.

TPM enabled MTU to significantly reduce turnaround times and save them around 60% in man-hours on CAD interoperability tasks.
Discover how TPM can work for you. Read the full MTU story

Alexandre and Kevin Levy for the Theorem team.

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Monday, 09 February 2009

CAD DATA MIGRATION from CADDS to CATIA

Computer Aided Design is now in its fifth generation. The exciting promise of the early 1980s is now being delivered with unimaginable modelling capabilities on the designer’s desktop running on the humble personal computer. Computer Aided Design has come of age and today’s powerful, intuitive, flexible PLM systems can replace everything that went before at a fraction of the cost. Strangely even despite the massive strides that have been made in functionality and usability some of the old systems still survive. They have not just survived but have become entrenched and are acting as a barrier to the extension of new systems that model more easily, have truly integrated databases and are less costly to run.

image courtesy of BAE Systems

How do the businesses where CADDS has become entrenched, take advantage of the newer, more powerful and less expensive PLM systems and particularly CATIA V5 and CATIA V6?

More…

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Monday, 08 December 2008

Since a CAD system needs to talk with other CAD systems, PLM MarketPlace is now offering a solution for your customers thanks to our specialized partners: Theorem and Elysium.

These complementary softwares are embedded so that users can interact in a unified environment.
These solutions are very successful, not only at Named Accounts (Airbus,...) but also at their supplychain. This is where it might be of interest for you!

Don't hesitate to browse the private catalog to get complete information about these products, including pricelists.

So... Let's talk!

Anthony

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