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HELSINKI, Finland, Mar 27, 2012 – DeskArtes has introduced Expert Series 10, a 64 bit solution for 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing and Simulation 3D data transfer.

 

DeskArtes Expert Series 10 offers a modular software suite targeted for Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing and Simulation professionals and hobbyist alike. Free 3D model viewing and verification module is accompanied with more advanced modules allowing the repair and preparation of models for any AM process. New 64 bit implementation enables the handling of largest 3D data files with confidence.

Expert Series 10 includes View Expert, Dimensions Expert, 3Data Expert Lite, Sim Expert and 3Data Expert modules with increasing set of effective and robust tools for 3D model preparation 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing and Simulation applications.

3Data Expert is DeskArtes’ flagship solution for manufacturing engineers to efficiently create and manipulate faceted models. Continuous development on 3D repair and manipulation tools and the introduction of 64 bit solution give the users unparalleled capability to handle complex models for Additive Manufacturing processes.

Dimensions Expert and new 3Data Expert Lite modules include the most frequently needed tools for everyday data processing, like 3D model splitting, connecting and 3D Text tagging for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.

New DeskArtes Sim Expert 3D geometry processing solution is targeted to the users of Simulation software products, allowing an effective triangle count reduction as well as triangle aspect ratio improvements for faster and more accurate simulation results with metal and plastic molding simulation.

Free View Expert is a no cost solution for CAD/CAM professionals and hobbyist to check and repair 3D models for error free production with 3D Printing systems.

“DeskArtes Expert Series 64 bit implementation takes the 3D data processing to new level with practically no limit to the model complexity and data size”, notes Mr. Ismo Makela, CEO of DeskArtes. “Also, free View Expert product helps the beginners with 3D Printing applications to print their products in confidence”. 

Other DeskArtes products include Design Expert, easy-to-use free-form 3D CAD modeling and photorealistic rendering, and Industrial Design System, IDS, for professional conceptual and tableware design and visualization.

About DeskArtes

Privately owned DeskArtes Oy develops and commercializes world-class software products for designers, engineers, model makers, marketing and others involved in new product development. Customers and distributors include major companies in Design, 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, Additive Manufacturing and Simulation around the World. The company is based in Helsinki, Finland, selling its products through the Internet and authorized resellers.

For more information, visit www.deskartes.com.

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