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Release: 3D Components 1.4.0 with Python support has been released

Published by by Grim Gjønnes

(25.05.2016) Ceetron 3D Components 1.4.0 has been released. The release includes support for Python scripting language and 2D overlay plots, plus a number of minor improvements and bug fixes.

3D Components is a development toolkit for 3D visualization of CAE data. It has been optimized for FEA and CFD models and results, and aims at software developers within CAE, science and engineering.  3D Components is used by leading  providers of solvers and simulators for the CAE community, including DNV GL, Transvalor, and Autodesk.  

The release comes with the following improvements and fixes:
  • Language binding for Python scripting language, to combine the flexibility of Python with the performance of 3D Components*
  • 2D plots, for 2D overlays in your 3D visualization model 
  • Vector results in local or world coordinates in the UnstructGridModel
  • A number of minor improvements and bug fixes

*) The Python interface is available for Windows only in this release. It has been compiled for 64-bit platforms and runs with Python 3.4 (64bit) or higher. Platform integration classes are provided for PyQt5, as illustrated in the demo application of the distribution.

For detailed specification of the above, see our release notes.

The new release of 3D Components can be downloaded from our developer download page https://ceetron.com/developer-zone/download.  

We encourage our customers and evaluators to always stay on latest version of the software.   In case you are a current evaluator of 3D Components, and if your eval key has expired, feel free to go to the download page and request a new eval key, by clicking on ‘request evaluation key’.

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