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How to visualize Inventor parts or large assemblies via internet?

A - answer With the SparePartsPlace Toolkit BASIC you can create high performance cross platform viewing formats from Inventor assemblies and parts for most common web browsers, iPad, iPhone and Android devices. The Toolkit versions ADVANCED and PROFESSIONAL allow you to create complete online spare parts catalogs as a B2C solution. This solution based on Inventor OEM is very simple to use and the resulting 3D content data - a proprietary binary file format - is safe and not reengineerable. The viewers for customers (a Browser PlugIn, a Desktop exe for Win and Mac OS, and Apps for mobile devices) are all free of charge.

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23.4.2014    2113x  
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See also:
Tip 9842:Interactive cloud viewer for 3D CAD data in Autodesk 360.
Tip 9654:CAD formats supported in online viewer under Autodesk 360.
Tip 9528:Using Autodesk Fusion 360 as a CAD converter.
Tip 8852:Publish interactive 3D models on the web with Autodesk 360.
Tip 8566:Concurrent editing of a DWG file from two remote PCs.


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