Founded in 1991, with initial software development dating back to the mid 1980s, Okino Computer Graphics has long been a primary
pioneer, inventor and provider of high-end, mission critical 3D conversion software to the world's main
engineering, aerospace and military companies; government institutions; and mid-level to high-end production companies.
Okino is an engineering R&D company run by engineering scientists and mathematicians, with a focus on 'mathematically perfect' 3D
conversion software. We do not sell simple utility software but rather put specific and exact conversion 'solutions' in the hands of our professional user base.
Some of our most popular sales are related to the conversion of SolidWorks, ProE/Creo, Autodesk Inventor, UG NX and (most other
3D file formats) into all of the common destation programs and
3D file formats. It is commonly stated by others that 1 in every
2 people within our industry either owns a copy of Okino software, has used it at a past company, or knows of someone who uses it.
If you are new to Okino and our software then please take a moment to read
this page about what has made our software's usage so wide spread throughout the 3D industry. Okino's core and founding
philosophy has been "one to one" personal customer relations and support, an often overlooked and neglected aspect of today's
software industry, based on our customer feedback. Prior to every new sale we will always exchange at least 2-3 emails with our new
users whereby we bring them up to speed on the 'correct' methods to convert their 3D datasets and to increase their awareness of the best
methods to achieve their conversion requirements (80% of our new customers bring many well known misconceptions with them).
Okino Computer Graphics pursues research and development for three major product lines:
PolyTrans|CAD+DCC is the leading data translation system with many ten's of
thousands of professional companies as its prime user base. Okino pioneered the entire
pipeline and concepts of cross conversion between the MCAD, CAD, DCC and VisSim applications + file formats,
well before the widespread use of PolyTrans made this commonplace. PolyTrans is simpler derivation
of the NuGraf software package (without various added features).
NuGraf is the 'elder brother' of the more universally well known PolyTrans program. NuGraf was designed to import/process/convert/view/render
the world's largest of largest MCAD files, such as ultra-huge oil & gas rigs, LNG trains, 3D plants, etc. as well as function as the most
accurate 3D conversion program on the market for its intended target user base.
Okino's core software technology has been packaged into our NuGraf 3D Toolkit since 1991, accessible via extensive and industry battle hardened APIs.
This core technology forms the basis of all Okino software products. Specific third party developers can gain access to this
technology via our Okino Pro|Server SDK interfaces and its related business model.
Our company philosophy since 1991 has been to bring the fastest, most efficient and most technically advanced conversion software to
our target 3D professional user base. In addition, we continually strive to provide excellent technical
support both to our users as well as to our potential customers.
Okino's central office is located in Toronto, Canada. Toronto
is one of the foremost centers in the world for 3D computer graphics R&D software development and production companies (past and present) such
as Alias (now part of Autodesk),
C.O.R.E. Digital Productions (now closed),
Lightscape (now part of Autodesk),
Side Effects Software,
and quite a few more!
NOTE: Email is always the most efficient and direct means of
communication with us, as Okino internally runs on a wide-world business time clock, not a North
American aligned time clock (our primary customers are in Japan, Germany, UK, Sweden,
the Neatherlands and the USA, all of whom can communicate with our same staff at some point during
their world-wide business day). We do not work on a limited "9 to 5pm" work schedule relative to your
local time zone.
For information on Okino's products and services:
Okino Computer Graphics
1515 Britannia Road, East
L4W 4K1. Canada
(please contact Okino prior to
all physical mail shipments)