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Lantek Enhances Lantek Flex3d

By DE Editors

Lantek has enhanced its Lantek Flex3d software for the design, folding/unfolding, and 3D cutting of tubes, profiles and sheet metal parts as part of the latest 2011 versions of its software.

Lantek Flex3d can manage large-scale projects and incorporates advanced 3D design technologies in its architecture. Lantek has also improved the software’s CAD data exchange capabilities, with speed improvements of 300%, according to the company.

Lantek Flex3d V2011 is integrated with the company’s other applications. It comprises eight specific modules, enabling the user to perform folding and unfolding tasks; work with tubes or profiles; carry out integrated design and manufacture with SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, Solid Edge, CATIA, Creo Elements/Pro and Siemens NX; automate the programming of laser and waterjet 5-axis sheet metal cutting machines; and design and cut standard profiles using the Lantek Flex3d Steelwork module.

For more information, visit Lantek.

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

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