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Free eDrawings Viewer for SolidWorks, DWG and DXF files

Free eDrawings Viewer for SolidWorks, DWG and DXF files
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10 Free and useful computer-aided design software computer-aided design (CAD) is a combination of computer programs and systems that allow engineers and architects to design detailed two- or three-dimensional models of physical objects, such as mechanical parts, buildings, and molecules. It specially used to design curves and figures in two-dimensional (“2D”) space; or curves, surfaces, and solids in three-dimensional (“3D”) objects. There are so many “free” CAD programs out there but only a handful are either really free or useful. Here is 10 Free and useful computer-aided design software. Archimedes Archimedes is an open source Computer aided design (CAD) software that mainly focus on architectural design. Features : Basic drawing tools like; Lines, Polylines, Arcs,Circles,Editable Text,Explode and Offset. Advanced CAD functions like; Trimming, Filleting and Area measurement. Hand drawing easily exported in scalable vector graphics (SVG) format Auto save functionality English, Portuguese, and Italian language support Website: Archimedes

SolidWorks Explorer Technical Alerts: - eDrawings 2015 32-bit Special Edition (SE) is a one-off release for the 32-bit Windows 7 operating system for opening SOLIDWORKS 2015 native sld* model files: • No Service Packs or hotfixes will be provided • This is the last eDrawings version that will install/run on any 32-bit Windows operating system • It is available for standalone viewer installations only • You cannot open 2015 eDrawings eprt, easm, edrw files with this version • To download this 2015 32-bit Special Edition, click below on eDrawings (32-bit) 2015 SE - SOLIDWORKS 2015 and later replaces the SOLIDWORKS Viewer with the eDrawings Viewer. The SOLIDWORKS 2014 Viewer will remain available for download but will not open SOLIDWORKS 2015 and later models Notes: - Click for supported operating systems

Embed Webmasters, please read below for technical information on how to embed the 3DVIA Player. Version: Posted on: How to insert a Virtools composition (VMO file) into a Web page: First, include JavaScript files, which contain a set of functions and variables to generate HTML code related to the 3DVIA Player. Then, call a JavaScript function to generate the HTML code embedding the 3DVIA Player (depending on the end user browser), specifying: the VMO's URL (relative or absolute path) ("3dlifeplayer.vmo" in the following sample) the VMO's window size in pixels (256,80 in the following sample) and the plugin instance name ("Virtools" in the following sample). (Items in bold need to be edited with your content) <script language="JavaScript"> Generate3DLifePlayerHtmlTag("3dlifeplayer.vmo",256,80,"Virtools"); </script> 1- A first HTML page (install.html) used to check the 3DVIA Player installation or if it's the player's last version. 2- A second HTML page (run.html) which runs the 3DVIA Player.

COLLADA - Digital Asset Exchange Schema for Interactive 3D COLLADA™ defines an XML-based schema to make it easy to transport 3D assets between applications - enabling diverse 3D authoring and content processing tools to be combined into a production pipeline. The intermediate language provides comprehensive encoding of visual scenes including: geometry, shaders and effects, physics, animation, kinematics, and even multiple version representations of the same asset.COLLADA FX enables leading 3D authoring tools to work effectively together to create shader and effects applications and assets to be authored and packaged using OpenGL® Shading Language, Cg, CgFX, and DirectX® FX. COLLADA at a glance COLLADA defines an XML Namespace and database schema to make it easy to transport 3D assets between applications without loss of information, enabling diverse 3D authoring and processing tools to be combined into a content production pipeline. COLLADA Community COLLADA enables content creation pipelines What's New in COLLADA 1.5? Core Feature Enhancements

3DVIA Player The 3DVIA Player is a free plugin that plays 3D games and displays 3D models. Use the 3DVIA Player on popular gaming websites or with a 3DVIA Hosting Account to see your models anywhere. Additional Product Plugins 3DVIA Composer Player Easily view and distribute product documentation and technical illustration on or offline. Learn more 3DVIA Beta Player Play and publish online 3D games and applications with this free browser plugin Learn more To download the 3DVIA Player datasheet in PDF, click here. untitled Presenting 3D content interactively on the Web is still quite challenging nowadays and requires highly technical knowledge to make it accessible easily to a wide audience. At Sculpteo, we developped our own online 3D viewer to address this issue, using multiple technologies (Flash, Java, WebGL, raytracing) to ensure the 3D content could be delivered in any situation, without requiring the latest browsers or plugins. Simple integration The 3D viewer may be integrated to any external web page using a <iframe> tag, like so: This will create a 250x310 zone in the page where the design will appear, like so: In this case, the design was already uploaded to Sculpteo’s website, and is identified by the number “228271701558722584600696525325323037491”. Advanced integration and scripting To be able to display external files or script the viewer, a slightly more complex integration method must be used. Options are passed to the viewer at initialization time by adding attributes to the <div>. Example <!

Home - Art of Illusion Liav Koren // Artisanal pixels since 1874 Local STL file preview with JSC3D 23 Oct 2013 I've been working a STL quotation service for Andre Tiemann, of Draftprint3D. The Draftprint site already used JSC3D, a canvas-based Javascript 3d library that I wasn't familiar with. JSC3D is definately an interesting looking project, but it's still fairly young, and not as well documented as it could be. One feature I really wanted to be able to implement for Andre was local previewing of 3d CAD files. Using the File API, it was relatively easy to get local preview working, however there were one or two non-obvious things -- I had to spend a while poking through JSC3D source in order to figure it out, and I needed a pointer from Humu, JSC's maintainer, to fix one bug in the code. You can drag and drop an 3D STL file into this rendering canvas. Here's how to get JSC3D to load a local file using the File API: //initalize the JSC3D viewer.

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