3ds Max data into XVL v10 now supported.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif - Lattice Technology®, developers of digital manufacturing applications using the XVL® format, today announced the release of its updated 3ds Max® converter into XVL format files.
Version 4.0 of this XVL Converter application 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 data to 0.5% of its original size, allowing anyone in the manufacturing supply chain to quickly view and understand even the most complex 3D data, even on a low specification PC.
“Once 3D data leaves the designers’ desks, it becomes a problem for others downstream who don’t have the hardware and software to deal with it,” commented Bill Barnes, general manager, Lattice Technology. “XVL and the XVL applications are focused on making 3D data lightweight, usable, reliable, and manageable downstream, and this updated converter makes that even easier for 3ds Max users.”
The latest version supports 3ds Max 2008, 2009 and 2010, and 3ds Max Design 2009 and 2010 formats, ensuring that the most recent versions of the product can create XVL data.
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