CT Core Technologies Announces Its Presence at Upcoming Industry Events

CT Core Technologies is pleased to announce its active participation in various industry events and workshops for the remainder of 2009.

Rossford, OH, October 10, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Core Technologies will be showcasing its 3D_Evolution© CAD data conversion software at COE’s annual Aerospace & Defense Industry Workshop in Fort Worth, Texas October 26-27 – look for them at table #2. During the month of November, Core Technologies will be in Mesa, Arizona for the Global Product Data Interoperability Summit (GPDIS) presenting an abstract entitled “3D_Evolution Viewer - Comparing 3D Models.” Conference dates for GPDIS are November 9-12. The final event for 2009 is December’s Euromold in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. CT will introduce its latest version 3D_Evolution© 2010. New functionalities include a Feature-Based Interface allowing the loss free migration of IDEAS, UGNX, and SolidWorks data. In addition, the software will include added GD&T data reading. The Model Compare module will have the ability compare, assembly tree and PMI information.

For complete tradeshow participation information, please visit www.coretechnologie.com.

About CT Core Technologies Inc.
Core Technologies is a leading global provider of 3D CAD data conversion software. Our mission is to optimize MCAD interoperability in the value-added design chain and to develop customized solutions for PLM integration and process automation. Optimizing your data exchange with customers, sub-suppliers and engineering partners with a loss-free conversion and automatic healing of 3D models is our goal. 3D_Evolution® conversion engine supports all primary CAD formats, allowing users to access the data without a CAD license. The software allows the ability to heal surfaces within seconds through new faces, while at the same time correcting edge curves and basic surfaces. The well known healing functions for the removal of over-lapping and gaps, as well as the stitching for generation of continuous transitions between faces, have been accelerated through algorithm optimizing. The software is modular in build and has an easy to use GUI. A scripting language makes all functions also available in batch mode.

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