Product lifecyle management software supplier UGS has published the JT data format, paving the way for a common 3D language for global manufacturers to seamlessly share and retain 3D product data.
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JT was developed 10 years ago as a lightweight alternative data format for viewing large Cad files, and now supports product visualisation, collaboration and manufacturing.
DaimlerChrysler said it would use JT as its 3D master format to digitally represent products in lifecycle workflows.
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