9/19/2018

CAD Translation, Validation Software Features 3D Framework

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Kubotek3D’s K-Compare Validate is a stand-alone CAD translation and validation software built on the universal CAD architecture of the Kubotek Kosmos 3D framework.

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Kubotek3D’s K-Compare Validate is a stand-alone CAD translation and validation software built on the universal CAD architecture of the Kubotek Kosmos 3D framework. The software provides a streamlined user interface and faster operation than its predecessor, Validation Tool, introduced by the company in 2008.

Benefits include: quality systems compliance with standards such as Boeing D6-51991; tamper-proof quality documentation and reporting; thorough model inspection through face-based comparison; model interrogation, visual overlay and measurement; stand-alone read support for Catia, NX, Creo, SolidWorks, STEP and IGES; and batch validation. This is the first product released under the K-Compare brand.

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