Live Examples for Using

XVL Web 3D Manager

Use ANY modern web browser to view 3D CAD Models

 

A leading solution for fast and secure viewing of an entire product, even those with thousands of parts, from any modern web browser.

 

 

Try It for Yourself

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See for yourself how easy it is to view complex models. 

Here are some basic instructions to get you going. The only requirement is to use a modern web browser that supports HTML 5.

  • Nothing to download or install
  • The same experience your stakeholders would have
  • User authentication would normally be enabled but it is not for the demo
  • Streaming technology allows viewing of gigabyte-size models

 

Example 1: Engine

Open Engine Model

There are five view windows in this example. Web3D Manager is the authoring tool for creating the layout. The layout is very configurable. In this example, the windows are:

  1. Structured Bill of Materials (BOM)
  2. 3D Assembly
  3. 3D Part Selection
  4. Parts List
  5. Snapshot Browser

 

All of these windows are connected. For instance, select a part from the 3D Assembly Window, and that part will be isolated in the 3D Part Selection Window and also highlighted in the Parts List Window.

Web3D Example - Engine

 

In this example, begin with a Snapshot. Snapshots can be any starting view.

Select the “Disassemble Clutch Assembly” from the Snapshot Window. This will position the engine in the 3D Assembly Window.

Then select the Outer Basket in the 3D Assembly Window, and that part will be highlighted in the Parts List Window and isolated in the 3D Part Selection Window.

Use the tool bar at the top to explore the assembly, including Transparent mode. If you get lost, just select the Home button.

 

Example 2: Satellite

Open Satellite Model

There are four view windows in this example. Web3D Manager is the authoring tool for creating the layout. The layout is very configurable. In this example, the windows are:

  1. Structured Bill of Materials (BOM)
  2. 3D Assembly
  3. Parts List
  4. 3D Part Selection

 

As in the previous example, these windows are all connected. 

Web3D Example - Satellite

 

Click on the dome-like object in the 3D Assembly Window and you will see the sub-assembly 89-NAO-4200-0011 highlighted in the Structure Window and also isolated in the 3D Part Selection Window.

From the Structured BOM Window, you will see the parts that comprise the sub-assembly.

 

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