CAD viewer module

  • 03-Jan-2017 03:52 EST
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CoreTechnologie (Moembris, Germany) offers a new module that enables easy creation of animated explosion views for assemblies of all major CAD formats for its conversion software and the CAD viewer 3D_Analyzer. Illustrated as explosion view, the model can be animated and visualized in 360-degree views like an interactive 3D video. This documentation software helps users make visible the structure, installation and disassembly of complex assemblies. According to the company, the user can view, zoom and move the animated 3D model from any point of view. The 3D animations are saved in a Core Technologie-native format. The video can be moved forward and backward, stopped and repeated at any position. Dimensions and comments can be generated and user-defined views saved in so-called views, claims the company. The generated models created in this way can be opened and played back also on mobile devices. For more information, visit http://www.coretechnologie.com/.

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