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4/10/2018

Shapr3D Does 3D CAD Modeling for iPad Pro

Originally titled 'Shapr3D Does 3D CAD Modeling'
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Shapr3D integrates Siemens’ Parasolid 3D geometric modeling component and Hoops Exchange AD translation software development kit (SDK) to allow solid modeling and data translation locally within the app while running locally on the iPad Pro. 

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Shapr3D integrates Siemens PLM Software’s Parasolid 3D geometric modeling component and Tech Soft 3D’s Hoops Exchange AD translation software development kit (SDK) to allow solid modeling and data translation locally within the app. By integrating these two technologies with Shapr3D’s touchscreen interface, engineering and design professionals can now use the iPad Pro. 

One of the differences between Shapr3D and other mobile CAD tools is that everything runs locally on the iPad Pro. Pushing files or rendering jobs up to cloud is not necessary, and it also runs offline without an internet connection. There is no cloud storage and data is stored and said to be secure on the iPad Pro. Shapr3D is compatible with all major CAD software and can be used for 3D printing. 

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