CCE Releases Updated EnSuite Products

CAD interoperability solutions now support model translation for latest versions of SOLIDWORKS, CATIA, Inventor, and more.

CAD interoperability solutions now support model translation for latest versions of SOLIDWORKS, CATIA, Inventor, and more.

CCE has updated its entire EnSuite product line, including EnSuite, EnSuite-Lite and EnSuite-Cloud. Image courtesy of CCE.


CAD interoperability solution provider CCE has announced updates to its EnSuite product line, including EnSuite, EnSuite-Lite and EnSuite-Cloud.

EnSuite-Cloud was released earlier this year as a free cloud-based CAD viewer product to assist remote working during the COVID pandemic. According to the company, more than 17,000 files have been viewed by thousands of users via the solution. Since its initial launch in May, additional features have been added including advanced measure capabilities, section-views as well as the ability to display the assembly tree.

CCE’s commercial products, EnSuite and EnSuite-Lite, have been updated to support viewing and translating models from CATIA V5-6R2020 (V5R30), NX 1872 and 1899, SOLIDWORKS 2020, Solid Edge 2020, Autodesk Inventor 2020, Creo 6.0, JT 10.3 and Parasolid 31.1 among others. Users can now read and write GLTF format as well. The latest CAD version support is extended to the free EnSuite-Cloud product as well. All customers on active subscription can get access to the latest upgrades from EnSuite and EnSuite-Lite, the company says.

“This is one of the biggest releases of the year for our interoperability products. Not only have we added support for all the latest CAD versions, we have also included many user requested advanced productivity tools. We continue to invest not only in our paid products like EnSuite and EnSuite-Lite but also on the free cloud-based CAD viewer, EnSuite-Cloud. Clearly, in these challenging times, being able to help remote workers in any way provides much gratification,” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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