See KeyShot 4.1 and Check Out LiveLinking for PTC Creo

by | Jun 9, 2013 | 0 comments

This week we’re down in sunny Anaheim, California for the PTC Live Global event. It’s here that we are unveiling KeyShot 4.1 (see the preview here) along with some very new technology we’ve developed that allows you to push your render scene to networked computers. It’s exciting times and we’ll be showing it all on Boxx computers at booth #540 in the Solutions Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center. Here are the details.

Luxion at PTC Live 2013

The Solutions Expo opens 5:30 Sunday, June 9th (all dates and times here.) If you are a user of PTC Creo or Pro/ENGINEER stop by and see how KeyShot can import your 3D files directly and also via a plugin that maintains a link to the model. With this link, KeyShot will update the model with any design changes, all without loosing any material assignments, settings or animations.

Along with LiveLinking for Creo, we also have mechanism support, that allows you to import your animations from Creo, to continue the rendering and animation workflow in KeyShot. All of this makes KeyShot the fastest, most accurate solution for generating incredible images, animations and interactive visuals of your Creo and Pro/E data. Here’s a video that shows exactly how LiveLinking and Mecahnism support works.

So stop by and see how KeyShot can help generate product concepts, design and engineering graphics or marketing and sales visuals for your product, in minutes. We’ll see you soon!

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