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What is Octo-CAD?

Octo-CAD is the alien manifestation of newly discovered subatomic particles that appear to be engaged in an attack on the earth's manufacturing sector. Theoretically, there are eight of these subatomic particles (hence the ‘octo’), but only three have thus far been...

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NX Viewer

NX Viewer

TransMagic SUPERVIEW can View any NX or UG Format View any JT or Parasolid Format (both are Siemens formats) Zoom, Pan, Orbit, Save Named Views View PMI and Export PMI to 3D PDF so anyone can access it Change Color, Transparency and Cut Sections Measure, Dimension,...

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STEP to STL

STEP to STL

STEP to STL is a popular translation workflow. Let’s look at what this entails, and best practices. STEP STEP is a CAD Brep format developed in the 1980s as a successor to IGES, and like IGES is a neutral CAD format. STEP files can vary in quality depending on what...

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STEP Viewer

STEP Viewer

STEP Viewers can view STEP files which can have the .stp and .step file extensions. Viewing Tasks TransMagic’s STEP Viewer will view all types of STEP files, including STEP AP 203, 214 and 242, and can also perform the following tasks: View, zoom, pan, rotate Change...

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CAD Viewer

CAD Viewer

What 8 Tasks Should a CAD Viewer Perform? What should you look for in a CAD Viewer? First and foremost, it should read the files you need to view. But there are other things to consider; check out our list below. View Major CAD Formats. Easily Navigate Parts and...

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CATIA Tutorials

CATIA Tutorials

Many web-based and video-based tutorials are of such poor quality (slow or missing pages, bad or unintelligible audio, incredibly slow pacing and over-reliance on slides) that they are unusable. Since a lot of our customers are CATIA users, we wanted to help clarify...

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