Elysium 3DxSUITE

3DxSuite integrates all Elysium data management tools

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Elysium has announced 3DxSUITE its new consolidated interoperability platform for automated quality and compliance-checking.

Scheduled for release in Spring 2021, by integrating all its interoperability solutions onto a single, customisable platform, Elysium aims to provide a powerful digital resource with which companies can automatically smooth their journey towards becoming truly model-based enterprises.

“3DxSUITE truly embodies the ‘interoperability’ that Elysium has set as its business concept since its foundation,” said Elysium CEO Atsuto Soma.

“Companies that use 3D to design and manufacture products should not be tied to a specific authoring system or set of tools, but rather transcend the barriers between companies and organisations, creating the ideal manufacturing processes that connect all kinds of information, systems, equipment and people.”

Soma explained that with advanced IT solutions such as cloud applications and web-based portal communications available, manufacturers using a variety of CAD software and PLM systems should be able to more broadly employ Elysium’s new platform to get the most from their 3D digital engineering data.

Soma added, “This will facilitate the transformational changes now taking place globally and promote business growth.”

Elysium has developed a full spectrum of digital technologies – such as data translation, verification including Product Data Quality (PDQ), validation, optimisation including geometry simplification and data repurposing, and even packaging of 3D and supplemental data – and incorporated these into the desktop application CADdoctor; the enterprise solution, ASFALIS; and the foundational data-translation tool, DirectTranslator.


The goal is for 3DxSuite users to be able to pick any specific configuration of Elysium products, or any particular CAD system or data format.

“One of the greatest advantages of this software consolidation is the ease by which customers can start incorporating their first priorities, whether small-scale or large-scale,” said Annalise Suzuki, North American VP of technology and engagement for Elysium.

“When it comes to MBE initiatives, it’s not reasonable to seek a radical change overnight. MBD/MBE is a long-term, evolving roadmap as cultures, tools, standards and processes improve. The 3DxSUITE is most accommodating when it comes to supporting such an evolving shift—whether it be adding capabilities over time, expanding use cases, or changing out 3D formats.”

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