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3DViewStation V2015.0 ships with a fresh Office compliant user interface and provides functionality, which can be leveraged by the user quite intuitively. The focus of the latest developments has been set to significantly enrich the 2D file format support.

There have been several 2D file formats been added: besides 2D-PDF and CatDrawing KISTERS 3DViewStation now also supports DWF, HPGL, HPGL/2, Gerber, BMP, CALS, GIF, JPG, JPEG2000, PBM, PNG, PNM, PPM, TIFF. Support for DWG, DXF and Office is under development right now. Regarding 3D file formats KISTERS 3DViewStation now offers support for latest NX 10, Solidworks 2015, JT 10 and Parasolid 27. Catia Piping objects are also supported and a STEP healing function has been added.

Other news include explosion of solids into faces, a convex hull calculation, improved clash detection and transparency handling.

The new features of 3DViewStation can be reviewed in our BLOG http://blog.kisters.de too.

The KISTERS 3DViewStation is developed very close to customer requirements, available as Desktop, ActiveX and HTML5 WebViewer product-version. All product flavors are intended to be used together with a PLM-, ERP- or other management system - all necessary APIs are provided. For cloud, portal and web-solutions there is a HTML5-based Browser solution available, which does not require any client installation at all. All file formats can be used in combination with the intelligent navigation- and hyperlinking features to address needs of complex integration scenarios.

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