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HyperMill's CAD Access, Reuse Technology Eases Data Transfer

Hoops Exchange, a CAD data access and reuse technology, will be integrated into HyperCAD-S and HyperMill to ease transfer of CAD and product manufacturing information (PMI) data between applications.

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Open Mind Technologies AG and Tech Soft 3D have announced that Hoops Exchange, a CAD data access and reuse technology, will be integrated into HyperCAD-S and HyperMill to ensure that CAD and product manufacturing information (PMI) data can be transferred seamlessly between applications. The partnership will help implement specific requirements and accommodate customer requests, providing responsiveness and interoperability with multiple CAD formats. The companies say that this integration will give users the ability to work with any CAD file type without loss of data integrity when sharing files. 

According to the companies, this integration will provide fast access to full-integrity data and enable customers to use that data without the need for an additional translator while using small amounts of memory. This helps users quickly build robust, sophisticated 3D applications. 

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