International TechneGroup Offers GoToINVENTOR Solution for Autodesk Customers

New CAD conversion software to be featured at Autodesk University in Las Vegas.

New CAD conversion software to be featured at Autodesk University in Las Vegas.

GoToINVENTOR automates the intelligent migration of data to INVENTOR. Image courtesy of International TechneGroup.

International TechneGroup Inc. (ITI) introduces the GoToINVENTOR software solution. GoToINVENTOR offers feature-based translation that enables the transfer of complete design intelligence from major CAD systems to INVENTOR with up to 100% automation and enhanced efficiency.

GoToINVENTOR is based on ITI’s Proficiency software technology. By providing fully functional models that retain the original product knowledge in INVENTOR, GoToINVENTOR maximizes CAD data reuse and offers a reliable basis for further product design and development. Users can convert geometry, features, history, sketch relations, manufacturing information, metadata and assembly information from CATIA V5, NX, Creo/Wildfire, Solid Edge and SOLIDWORKS seamlessly to INVENTOR. GoToINVENTOR can also convert associative drawings along with the linked 3D models in one automated procedure.

“At Autodesk interoperability and openness is the heart of our DNA,” says Karl Osti, Autodesk Manufacturing industry manager. “Together with ITI’s extensive know-how, solutions and proven track record, we can offer interoperability that transfers customer assets at an even higher level of data intelligence, in an automated way. This frees up engineering capacity toward new projects, offers better reuse of existing modularization assets, and accelerates corporate harmonization initiatives.”

To learn more about GoToINVENTOR, visit the website or stop by ITI’s booth D1407 at the Autodesk University (AU) event, Nov. 13-15 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV.

Sources: Press materials received from the company.

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