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Lattice Technology Announces XVL Web3D Manager, Enabling Unprecedented Access to Gigabyte-Size 3D Models for Stakeholders Using Only a Web Browser

Posted by Chris Hughes on Mon, 24 Feb, 2020 @ 02:47 PM

— New technology gives fast access to complete product data regardless of their size or originating CAD system —

XVL Web3D Manager provides controlled sharing to any stakeholder using a modern web browser without add-ons. Even gigabyte-size CAD model files can be viewed with a web browser, including those with thousands of parts.

In addition, XVL Web3D Manager  provides complete management for XVL data files. Management includes versioning; storage of related files, such as 2D drawings and work instructions in industry-standard formats like PDF and Microsoft® Excel®; integrations with internal systems; and For sharing 3D data, XVL Web3D Manager controls user authentication and access rights. XVL Web3D Manager is a server product, which streams 3D and associated metadata to any modern web browser that supports HTML 5. XVL Web3D Manager delivers a high-performance user experience, even when viewing extremely large models with thousands of parts.

View gigabyte-size CAD models with thousands of parts with only a web browser“Most of our customers use PDM/PLM systems. XVL supplements these systems to facilitate improved workflows for leveraging their 3D CAD models to functions downstream from product development,” said Hiroshi Toriya, CEO, Lattice Technology. “We have optimized XVL for the data consumer; for instance, for manufacturing, tech pubs, and service. XVL can consolidate multiple CAD files from virtually any CAD format, and because it is extremely lightweight, it can handle even gigabyte-size CAD files. XVL Web3D Manager, our latest product, simplifies how companies engage stakeholders by using only a web browser for even gigabyte-size CAD model files,” Toriya said.

Try live streaming examples by visiting XVL Web3D Manager. Nothing to download, just use your web browser.

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