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SYCODE launches HPGL Export for SolidWorks
Panaji - 11th Oct, 2005 - SYCODE today launched HPGL Export for SolidWorks, a HPGL plot file (.PLT) export add-in for SolidWorks.
HPGL is the Hewlett Packard Graphics Language designed for specifying 2D graphical information for the HP range of plotters. It was not intended as an interchange format but some software suppliers use it as such. HPGL is a command set embedded in the ROM of pen plotters to help reduce the work required by applications programmers to create plotted output. HPGL uses two-letter mnemonics as instructions for drawing lines, circles, text, and simple symbols. HPGL Export for SolidWorks breaks down SolidWorks drawing objects into pen movements and writes them to the output plot file.
"HPGL Export for SolidWorks provides the missing link between SolidWorks and HP plotters," explains Deelip Menezes, proprietor of SYCODE. "This is just the first of many add-ins we are developing for SolidWorks."
Detailed information about HPGL Export for SolidWorks can be found at http://www.sycode.com/products/hpgl_export_sw/index.htm
SYCODE develops cutting-edge software solutions for Computer Aided Design (CAD). These solutions are in the form of standalone applications or plug-ins that work inside major CAD systems such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk VIZ, Autodesk 3D Studio MAX, SolidWorks, Solid Edge, Maya, Rhinoceros, Surfcam, etc.
SYCODE also designs, develops and implements customized software solutions for companies worldwide. The customized solution may be a standalone application working closely with the client's existing CAD application or a plug-in to the CAD application.
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