Pro/ENGINEER® Wildfire 4.0 and 64bit Support, Multi Paper Space AutoCAD® Drawing Conversion, New Smart Drafting Tool and More
Moers, Germany – 03 December 2008:
CAD Schroer Group (CSG), the global engineering solutions provider, today announced the release of version 3.1.1 of STHENO/PRO, the only drafting solution fully integrated with Pro/ENGINEER, Pro/INTRALINK® and Windchill PDMLink™, ideal for consolidating model and drawing-based product development processes. Version 3.1.1 introduces support for the latest Pro/ENGINEER® release, along with many new productivity tools, especially in the areas of advanced drafting and data exchange, along with a long list of improvements and enhancements.
“Our customers will be especially interested in further enhancements in our excellent CADConvert™ DXF/DWG interface, which now allows users to convert multi paper space AutoCAD® drawings, and (for users of the STHENO/IMAGE COLOUR™ raster module) will display any raster images in imported designs. The Smart Drafting Tool, a new way of creating geometry without construction lines, is another highlight, offering substantial productivity gains,” explains CAD Schroer’s Product Manager Mark Simpson.
What’s New in STHENO/PRO Version 3.1.1?
Below are some of the highlights of the latest release:
- Support for Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 and 64bit Support
- Support for Shaded Model Views
- Multi Paper Space AutoCAD Drawing Conversion
- New Numbering/Un-numbering/Re-numbering Tool for Text on Sheet
- New Move-By-Grid Tool
New in STHENO/PRO ADVANCED™
Smart Drafting Tool – The new way to create geometry
New in STHENO/PRO Add-On Products
STHENO/IMAGE COLOUR – Support for Raster Images Inside Imported Drawings (e.g. AutoCAD DXF/DWG)
“Customer loyalty is one of our hallmarks,” explains Michael Schroer, the company’s Founding Director. “We work hard to retain that loyalty by offering customers a sound partnership based on engineering know-how, and constant proof – by way of regular software updates and releases with innovative cost-saving productivity tools – that their maintenance money is well-spent.”