3D HTML Publishing Tool Offers Support for XVL v10 Format and New Animation Controls.
SAN FRANCISCO - Lattice Technology®, developers of digital manufacturing applications using the XVL® format, today announced Version 8 of its XVL Web Master application.
XVL Web Master takes 3D XVL data and publishes it into HTML format for immediate use on an internet or intranet. This powerful tool uses pre-defined templates to allow for parts lists, animations, work instructions and other data that can be contained within an XVL file to be rapidly published into HTML files alongside the related 3D data. 3D process animations can also be automatically created by XVL Web Master directly from the 3D data depending on your needs. XVL Web Master can be used as a stand-alone application or within an integrated workflow to allow the automated publishing of data within a PLM, ERP or other IT infrastructure.
This latest version of XVL Web Master supports the new XVL v10 format, which delivers the industry’s most compressed 3D format with no loss of accuracy. XVL v10 can compress 3D CAD data to 0.5% of its original size for both surface and polygon data, allowing anyone in the manufacturing supply chain to quickly view and understand even the most complex 3D CAD data.
XVL Web Master Version 8.0 delivers more advanced tools which allow 3D process animations to be more realistic when created automatically within the application, including settings for showing and hiding annotations, and setting the intervals between each process. These process animations clearly show the way a product is assembled alongside the related work instructions, on the HTML page created.
“XVL Web Master automates the important step of getting 3D manufacturing data into HTML,” commented Bill Barnes, General Manager, Lattice Technology. “End-users can view 3D with related metadata, process instructions and parts lists via a web browser, making it very easy to use.”
XVL Web Master Version 8.0 is available to all maintenance customers now, and can be evaluated via registration at Lattice Technology’s web site.
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