3D ENGINEERING ANIMATION VIDEOS
IMPORTING 3D CAD MODELS
In fact, we use the complex surfaces you’ve spent time creating in your 3D CAD package. We use this data without amending or adjusting the shapes:
- Autodesk AutoCAD
- Autodesk Inventor, Revit & Navisworks
- Dassault Systemes Solidworks & CATIA
- Siemens Solid Edge
- PTC Creo (Pro/Engineer)
- NX Unigraphics (UG)
CLOUD RENDERING OF 3D ENGINEERING ANIMATION VIDEOS
IN BRIEF: SECURE WEB BASED APPROVAL
IMPORT SHAPES FROM YOUR 3D CAD ASSEMBLY PARTS
Solidworks by Dassault Systems
First of all, we import the Solidworks Assembly file .sldasm. Also, we also take the many formats that Solidworks exports preserving the shape integrity. So these are great building blocks for engineering animation videos.
Solid Edge by Siemens
Next, we can bring in the “.asm” assembly file or an exported “.stp” file with the appropriate ap214 setting.
Inventor by Autodesk
For one thing, we can import the Inventor standard assembly structures. To explain, these can be the “.iam” extension or lower level part files.
PTC Creo (Pro/Engineer)
Likewise importing the highest hierarchy assembly file .asm is workable. Also as an alternative, we can use the highest in the hierarchy .neu.asm Neutral assembly file. Another option is a STEP file.
NX Unigraphics now by Siemens
Please export a .jt or .stp file with the ap214 setting from Siemens NX.
Catia by Dassault Systems
We can import either .igs or .stp files from Catia.
The Rino .3dm format is great for importing their NURBS surfaces.
Autodesk’s AutoCAD or Revit & Navisworks
So please supply the advanced .dwf-3d format. Indeed perfect for keeping the integrity of your design when used for animation work.