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January 17th, 2011

EARLY PRESS RELEASE: T-Splines exhibiting at SolidWorks World 2011

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Provo, Utah – January 18, 2011 – T-Splines, Inc., creators of precise and flexible 3D surface modeling and organic design tools with full industry standard compatibility, today announced that it will exhibit at the SolidWorks World 2011 Conference, being held from Jan. 23 – 26, 2011 in San Antonio, Texas. The 13th annual SolidWorks World Conference brings together designers, engineers, managers, and partners to discuss ideas, trends, and the technology shaping the future of product design. At the show, T-Splines will be introducing its first fully integrated product for SolidWorks, bringing T-Splines’ groundbreaking organic modeling capabilities to the SolidWorks user community.

Over a thousand customers across a broad range of industries, from consumer products design, to jewelry design, to architectural design, are leveraging T-Splines today in their design workflow to iterate faster on concepts, be more responsive to client requirements, and build gap-free manufacturable prototypes without having to make styling or aesthetic compromises.

“We are looking forward to introducing our company and surface modeling applications to the SolidWorks community,” says Matt Sederberg, CEO of T-Splines. “Our patented T-Splines technology is the first surface type to be fully compatible with both NURBS, which are the basis for almost all CAD applications today, and subdivision surfaces, familiar to industrial designers and artists using animation and styling software.”

Please stop by the T-Splines booth (#643) at the conference and take advantage of our special show-only product promotions. Or visit to learn more.

About T-Splines, Inc.

T-Splines, Inc., founded in 2004 and based in Provo, Utah develops and markets software applications, end-user plug-ins and software development libraries for organic design based on its patented T-Splines surface and shape modeling technology. Designers and creative professionals across a broad set of industries including consumer products, architecture, jewelry, and marine are leveraging T-Splines’ innovative surfacing technology to be more competitive, bring designs to market faster and develop aesthetic and manufacturable shapes.

T-Splines and tsElements are trademarks of T-Splines, Inc. Other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective owners. @ 2011 T-Splines, Inc.

Matt Sederberg
[email protected]
801.841.1234 (phone) | 801.615.7366 (direct)
T-Splines, Inc. | 34 E 1700 S Suite A143 Provo, UT 84606

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