CAD in Unreal Engine just got easier

Epic Games is now using Tech Soft 3D’s Hoops Exchange to import CAD data into Unreal Engine, making the process easier for automotive and aerospace customers.

Tristan Perona

CAD and 3D visualization do not play well together. Native CAD formats require high quality—and high quality is a lot of work for 3D visualization tools. Epic Games is bridging the gap between the two industries by using Hoops Exchange by Tech Soft 3D to import CAD data into Unreal Engine. This bridge will streamline the process to get CAD formats into Unreal Engine, where teams can collaborate in a virtual space. Unreal Engine is best known for making video games. It can do much more than just entertainment—Unreal Engine is better described as a 3D creation engine. For example,

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