AMC Bridge Releases RhinoToVault Plug-in for Rhino 5

AMC Bridge Releases RhinoToVault Plug-in for Rhino 5

RANDOLPH, NJ - 

AMC Bridge announces the release of RhinoToVault, the new Rhino 5 plug-in for communication with Autodesk Vault Basic 2014. This plug-in introduces 3DM model check-in and check-out to and from Vault, and allows models designed in Rhino to be seamlessly included into Enterprise Engineering Data Workflow.

With this plug-in, users perform the same operations as with the Vault add-in for Autodesk products. After installation, the user is presented with a toolbar listing the operations Log In, Log Out, Open, Refresh, Check In, Check Out, Undo Check Out and Go to Workspace.

About AMC Bridge

AMC Bridge is a leading provider of software development services for vendors and users of CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM and PLM tools. Since 1999, AMC Bridge has been helping to reduce engineering process overhead by delivering software development projects that include extension, customization and automation of modeling and data management tools, as well as data collaboration and interoperability solutions.

Jun 03, 2014
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