C3D Viewer gives users full control over displaying 3D models, such as navigating and orientating models, changing standard views, switching between parallel and perspective projections, and adjusting levels of detail (LOD). It also plays back animations at varying speeds. This made C3D Viewer useful to both CAD and non-CAD users who access 3D CAD models.
C3D Viewer handles standard CAD formats, such as JT, STEP, X_T and X_B, SAT, IGES, STL, and VRML, and its own C3D format.
Reading models from the following formats: C3D, JT, STEP, XT, XB, SAT, IGES, STL, VRML. Loading an array of models into one session. Saving models to C3D format.
Rendering in a variety of modes with control of quality: parallel/perspective, shaded/wireframe. Setting performance options: hiding edges, anti-aliasing, pixel/frustum culling, levels of details.
The dynamic section tool lets users view and analyze internal parts of 3D models through sections made with one or more planes. Through the use of OpenGL, C3D Viewer gives results quicker than CAD systems, which typically create sections by modifying the topology of solids.
C3D Viewer measures the most important aspects of geometric models: angles, distances between objects, edge lengths, surface areas, and so on. The resulting linear, diametrical, and angular di-mensions are displayed clearly in the model window. The viewer also calculates masses, volumes, surface areas, centers of mass, and moments of inertia.
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