3D-Tool v10 CAD Viewer Released
Germany, March 4, 2013 - The 3D-Tool CAD-Viewer version 10 has now been
released. User friendly CAD-viewer makes it easier to work with complex
CAD-Viewer displays the dynamic display of 3D models without an expensive
CAD program. The goal is that all business departments, customers and
contractors are able to profit from the expressiveness of 3D models. This
makes coordinating processes easier and costly mistakes can be prevented.
Because not everyone involved in the process has CAD knowledge, the
intuitive handling of the viewer, in addition to the detailed display of the
complex models, is an important factor of success.
Measuring and marking with 3D-Tool v10
3D-Tool Version 10 has a clearly arranged user interface with
practical everyday functions. At the push of a button, 3D-Tool provides the
dimensions, the surface area and the volume for all parts of a model.
Distances, angles and radii can be measured with simple mouse clicks further
simplified by an intelligent pre-selection of measurement references. The
parts of a model can be exploded automatically or by dragging them with the
mouse. In combination with the animation feature this illustrates the design
of complex assemblies.
For coordination or presentation purposes, the model can be published
together with the viewer as a standalone 3D-Tool file and used on any PC.
This way each team member can examine the design without additional license
cost, complicated software installations and especially without CAD
knowledge. At the same time almost all 3D-Tool tools are available including
sophisticated analyses like the check of draft angles and wall thicknesses.
In addition to sharing a model as executable 3D-Tool file, 3D-Tool can
publish models as a 3D-PDF file for the Acrobat Reader and as well as
full-scale printouts and high resolution image files.
There are three versions of 3D-Tool available that differ in the
supported 3D file formats. 3D-Tool Premium has the most extensive 3D
interfaces which includes the standard formats such as STEP, IGES and
Parasolid and native formats: CATIA, Pro/ENGINEER, Creo, Inventor,
Unigraphics and SolidWorks. Additionally, it includes a converter that
converts the native models to standard file formats. All versions of 3D-Tool
support 2D drawings in the DWG, DXF and HPGL file format.
Depending on the version, a 3D-Tool single user license costs between 150
and 600 Euros. To view STL files, 3D-Tool offers a freeware version (3D-Tool
Free viewer). The full version can be tested for free with a trial key. All
downloads and further information can be found on the 3D-Tool website
About 3D-Tool GmbH & Co. KG
3D-Tool GmbH & Co. KG is located in Weinheim, Germany and has been
continuously developing their CAD-viewer 3D-Tool for more than 10 years. The
development team around owner and engineer Ingo Wulf focuses on practical
relevance and intuitive handling. A professional in-house support team
emphasizes the strong customer focus of the company.
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