Spatial Corp

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Spatial Corp announced an easy-to-use, universal 3D modeling web viewer from Spatial Corp. This viewer leverages the power of Spatial’s 3D InterOp suite to provide web-based access to CAD files. Through this viewer, users have the ability to access and view a wide range of industry-standard CAD formats on any browser-compatible device.

Spatial is uniquely positioned to leverage its 3D modeling expertise to deliver precise renderings of 3D data models from AEC/BIM, CAD, CAE, CAM, CMM, EDA, robotics, and more. Being deployed to the cloud across multiple continents, Spatial’s 3D viewer provides the fastest performance possible to users globally.

This web-enabled 3D service ensures that designs and data can be used across CAD and PLM systems, allowing for controlled access to only a select set of information within a file, such as visual rendering. This controlled granularity not only protects data by sharing only the necessary information, but also reduces file sizes, ultimately increasing performance.

“Spatial has worked diligently to deliver a simple, easy-to-use interface for users to be able to load their 3D models and go,” said Brian Rohde, Senior Product Manager responsible for Online and Visualization, Spatial. “During the development of this viewer, we focused on best practices to ensure we delivered the best performance possible. As a result, large models can be viewed in a matter of seconds.”

By utilizing WebGL for rendering 3D graphics, the Spatial web viewer can provide access to any device that supports modern web browsers, including powerful capabilities, such as shading, and lighting with excellent performance — even on mobile devices . Rohde continued, “Indeed, this is the true power of web-based 3D modeling: enabling anytime, anywhere workflows on any web-enabled device.”

Spatial Corp., the leading provider of 3D development components for engineering and manufacturing software applications, is pleased to announce registration is now open for 3D Insiders’ Summit 2011. The Summit is being held on Oct. 11-12 at the Westin Hotel in Westminster, Colorado. The Summit is a valuable opportunity for customers and prospects to hear Spatial’s vision and strategy directly from executive management; learn more about the latest technology and relevancy to industry trends; receive technical updates on Spatial components along with product roadmaps. Additionally, it allows time for networking with peers to discover how Spatial’s technology is used to innovate and accelerate application development within multiple industry domains.

"The Summit is a great opportunity to provide feedback to our executive team, product management and development organization. Customer input is critical to determining our company and product direction. The event offers a fantastic venue to exchange information and help ensure our plans align with our customers," commented Linda Lokay, VP of Marketing and Business Development. "Our focus is to build long-term customer relationships. The Summit is another opportunity to further develop our relationship with prospects and continue to strengthen those with our customers. It is going to be information packed and a really fun event."

The two-day event includes sessions on Convergence Geometric Modeler (CGM); 3D ACIS Modeler R22; 3D InterOp; Constraint Management/Solving; Thread-Safe ACIS and Customer Workflows; Visualization and Meshing; customer feedback sessions; along with exhibits and demos of our technology.

Register Now: Early bird registration ends Sept 19. For more information on the event and to register, visit: www.spatial.com/community/3d-insiders-summit-2011

Spatial Corp., a leading provider of 3D development components for design, manufacturing and engineering applications, and IronCAD, Inc., a leading provider of design collaboration solutions, announce that Spatial's 3D InterOp Suite provides the native CAD translators for the IronCAD Design Collaboration Suite (DCS) 2011. These native translators are packaged as a Translator Bundle allowing IronCAD users to seamlessly leverage existing 3D designs regardless of the originating CAD system. The bundle is available for IRONCAD, INOVATE and IronCAD's newest product, IRONCAD DRAFT. The licensing of 3D InterOp is in addition to IronCAD's long-standing licenses of 3D ACIS® Modeler and industry standard translators for IronCAD's entire suite of design collaboration products.

"Spatial has been a key development partner of ours since the initial release of our products. Spatial's 3D ACIS Modeler and CAD translators continue to be fundamental contributors to the value we provide our users. More recently, our licensing of Spatial's 3D InterOp Suite makes high-quality native CAD translators accessible to all of our customers," stated Dr. Tao-Yang Han, IronCAD President. "Today, CAD interoperability is fundamental to successful design collaboration and we are pleased to be working with Spatial to ensure our customers have the best-in-class set of native CAD translators."

Spatial's 3D InterOp Suite provides high-quality import and export for popular CAD formats including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, IGES, STEP, Parasolid®, and import for SolidWorks®, Inventor®, Pro/ENGINEER®, and NX®. 3D InterOp includes post-processing functions to automatically address geometric inaccuracies inherited from the originating model. Post-processing ensures high-quality data translation for application reuse, a critical need for applications such as the IronCAD's DCS components that include functions for model manipulation.

IronCAD's newest product, IRONCAD DRAFT, provides unique 3D integration capabilities, enabling users to work in 2D but also to view, leverage, analyze, render and reference imported 3D model data created by suppliers, customers or colleagues. With 3D InterOp, multiple models from differing CAD systems can be imported to build assemblies, verify interferences, and communicate the 3D representation to customers using realistic rendering and animations. In addition, users can then leverage this critical 3D data in the 2D environment as a fully associative reference allowing detailing and 2D designs based on the information.

"User demand for seamless integration of 3D models into CAD workflows is driving the need for applications to provide reliable, multi-CAD, high-quality translation. We are extremely pleased that IronCAD has licensed 3D InterOp Suite for their DCS Translator Bundles to address this requirement. IronCAD's decision is recognition of Spatial's continued commitment to provide the industry's highest-quality CAD translation components," commented Jean-Marc Guillard, Spatial Chief Operating Officer. "In addition to this recent licensing agreement, Spatial and IronCAD have been long-term development partners, with over 35,000 end-user IRONCAD seats built on Spatial's 3D ACIS Modeler and CAD translation components."

For more information visit: www.spatial.com or www.ironcad.com

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