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TFTLabs Offers SolidWorks 2014 Support

TFTLabs announced that its TFTWeb, TFTPad, TFT4iT, and free JSON3D gallery now support SolidWorks 2014. The JSON3D Gallery already supported CATIA V5, Pro/Engineer, SolidWorks and JT formats.

“In CAD interoperability business, the number-one customer requirement is the responsiveness in delivering updates compatible with the latest versions of any CAD format. This is also our number-one priority for the 20-plus formats we support and, thanks to our Web software available on most popular Web browsers such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari or Opera. Deployment to end-users is instantaneous and transparent,” said Francois Chretien, CEO and chief scientist at TFTLabs.

The solution suite allows users to visualize and share 3D models from a Web browser or mobile devices. With TFTPad, users can interact with models using a touch interface. TFTWeb allows users to communicate 3D native data with different browsers and operating systems, while TFT4iT allows software editors to integrate the company’s Web-based 3D toolkit and access all major 3D CAD file formats.

For more information, visit TFTLabs.

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

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