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December 7, 2012 - Certified to run inside SolidWorks versions 2009-2013, VisualXPORT 2.0 plug-in enables users to export parts in VisualMILL formatted files (.vcp), providing optimized workflow for companies that design in SolidWorks and use VisualMILL in manufacturing process. Program can be used to export 2D and 3D sketches, solids with combined faces, solids with separate faces, and individual surfaces. In addition, solids and surfaces can also be exported as NURBS surfaces.

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MecSoft Corporation
18019, Sky Park Circle, Ste: KL
Irvine, CA, 92614-6386
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MecSoft Releases VisualXPORT 2.0 for SolidWorks


Irvine, CA, -  MecSoft Corporation, the developer of computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software solutions, has announced VisualXPORT 2.0 for SolidWorks.

VisualXPORT for SolidWorks is a direct plug-in for SolidWorks, letting users export their parts in VisualMILL formatted files (.vcp). The solution provides an enhanced workflow for companies that design in SolidWorks and use VisualMILL in their manufacturing process.

"MecSoft is a SolidWorks Gold certified CAM developer, and because of that is very familiar with the unique needs of SolidWorks users,” stated Uday Honnalagere, Support Manager for MecSoft. “VisualXPORT for SolidWorks was created as a direct result of the feedback received from our VisualMILL customers. They needed enhanced export capabilities in SolidWorks beyond supporting STL, IGES and STEP formats while not having to give up using our standalone CAM software, VisualMILL .”

VisualXPORT 2.0 for SolidWorks can be used to export 2D & 3D Sketches (curves), solids with combined faces, solids with separate faces and individual surfaces. With VisualXPORT 2.0 for SolidWorks, solids and surfaces can also be exported as NURBS surfaces. It is certified to run inside SolidWorks versions 2009 through 2013.

To learn more about VisualXPORT for SolidWorks, please visit www.visualxport.com.

About MecSoft Corporation
Headquartered in Irvine, California, MecSoft Corporation is a worldwide leader in providing CAD/CAM software products for the small to mid-market segments. These products include VisualMILL®, VisualMILL for SolidWorks®, RhinoCAM™, Alibre CAM®, VisualXPORT for Inventor® & SolidWorks®, and VisualTURN®. The software delivers powerful, easy-to-use and affordable solutions for users in the custom manufacturing, rapid tooling, mold making, aerospace, automotive, tool & die, woodworking, and education industries. For the latest news and information, visit www.mecsoft.com or call 949-654-8163.
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