PYTHA concludes user meeting with feedback and updates on CAD software

PYTHA’s user meeting in Thailand (Image: PYTHA)

PYTHA, a software provider for 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and design solutions, recently held its bi-annual user meeting in Thailand, welcoming customers from all over Asia to participate in a three-day event focused on showcasing the latest updates to the PYTHA Version 25 software.

The user meeting, held from 31 Mar-2 Apr 2023 at Pullman Beach Resort in Pattaya, was an opportunity for PYTHA customers to engage with the software’s developers, as well as fellow users, to learn about the new features and enhancements in PYTHA Version 25.

Attendees also had the chance to offer feedback and insights into how the software can be further improved to meet the evolving needs of the industry.

The three-day event kicked off with a keynote speech from PYTHA’s CEO Dr Willy Flassig, who highlighted the company’s commitment to providing cutting-edge design solutions for the woodworking and interior design industries. Attendees then had the opportunity to participate in a series of workshops, and demonstrations that showcased the new features and capabilities of PYTHA 25.

One of the main highlights of the user meeting was the introduction of PYTHA’s new rendering engine, which offers faster rendering times, improved graphics, and greater flexibility for creating photorealistic 3D models.

Attendees were able to see first hand how this new engine can enhance their design process, making it easier to produce high-quality visualisations of their projects.

Another key feature showcased during the event was PYTHA 25’s new plug-in. With it, users can easily create their own scripts, tools, and plug-ins using Lua Programming, thus allowing customers to create their own functions and applications within PYTHA.

Throughout the event, attendees had the opportunity to network with other PYTHA users, exchange ideas, and provide feedback to the software’s development team.

According to PYTHA, this direct interaction between users and developers is an important part of their commitment to providing software solutions that meet the real-world needs of its customers.

“We were thrilled to have such an engaged and enthusiastic group of users at our user meeting,” said Aaron Boo, the managing director of PYTHA Asia.

“Their feedback and insights are incredibly valuable to us as we continue to develop and improve our software solutions. We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible design tools, and events like this allow us to stay connected with their needs and expectations.”