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KISTERS 3DViewStation 2014 Announced

By DE Editors

KISTERS announced the 2014 release of its 3DViewStation, its 3D viewer for Catia, NX, Creo, SolidWorks, JT, 3D-PDF and STEP.


The solution ships with a fresh Office 2013-compliant user interface. According to the company, the latest release focuses on customization of the user interface and BREP export capabilities.

The product now provides several additional UI customizations. A pure left mouse button mode has been added. Mouse users now can determine which functions should be performed when pressing the middle or right mouse button. The quick access toolbar can be customized and is pre-set so that frequently used functions are available without accessing the ribbon menu. Accelerator keys are defined for several functions and can be customized.

In addition to the straight conversion of files, the solution now allows users to export manipulated assemblies, delete parts, move and rotate parts, and save the result. Export of manipulated assemblies into BREP based file formats is also possible.

For more information, visit KISTERS.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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