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XVL Reducer Protects IP Software

By DE Editors

XVL Reducer is a new software module from Lattice Technology, Inc. (San Francisco, CA) that removes certain structural features from within a 3D part or assembly before it is shared with suppliers and others outside the company.  It can further reduce the size of XVL data by editing stored geometry.

For example, a typical use of Reducer would be the removal of all internal features of a model, leaving only the outside skin, for use with catalogs and marketing materials.
XVL Reducer is sold as a stand-alone module or as part of the XVL System Toolkit. Within the Toolkit, there are two additional modules — the XVL processor to manage input and output, and the XVL Filter to provide automation and batch operation on XVL files.  For more information, go to lattice3d.com.

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

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