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Introducing CADS, EPS and EPP

CADS develops innovative Software solutions in the 3D visualization domain that offers high performance user friendly applications. They have two interesting products -Engineering Process Sampler (EPS) and Engineering Process Publisher (EPP) that is used by many customers such as AGCO Fendt, DePuy Synthes, Siemens, Liebherr, Heller, etc. These products allow the designers to quickly and efficiently create sub-sets from the Digital Mockup, for example Chassis, Transmission. 

EPS – Engineering Process Sampler is a bi-directional interface between PTC Creo View and PTC Creo Parametric that combines the respective strengths of the two products to enable simultaneous engineering process.  This not only saves time during the design phase, but also provides for the processes to be controlled  in a manner that was not possible earlier. For more information about EPS, refer to their website here

For a demonstration of EPS, follow this link

EPS1 EPS

 EPP – Engineering Process Publisher is a software solution developed by CADS, which enables Windchill administrators, to generate visualizations of large amounts of Windchill data using  minimal hardware-resources and time. EPP also offers Windchill administrators the option of creating ONLY structure files for PTC Creo View files by applying the specifications. This results in a significant reduction of data as well as reduces the workload on the hardware. For more information about EPS, refer to their website here

About CADS company

The CADS Company was founded in 2006 and has since worked on the development of applications around PTC solutions. CADS is an official PTC Software Development Gold Partner 

The EPS Product (Engineering Process Sampler) has been officially listed by PTC since November 2011 and was initially sold in large numbers of units to Siemens in 2012.The current largest installation is up and running at Siemens and a further major expansion is planned at Siemens.


 Applicability:  PTC Creo View, PTC Windchill

Last Updated:  Aug 2014

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