Our company was looking for a universal 3D viewer that worked for Pro/E and SolidWorks. Unfortunately, nothing works well for both. Edrawings (SolidWorks product)does open Pro/E part and assembly files, but not drawings. Creo Viewer does not open any SolidWorks files to my knowledge.
In Reply to georges bon:
I'll need to work with a new customer.
I would like to give them 3D files but they don't have any Cad software.
I assume they have standard computers.
So does anyone can tell us what would be a good solution as a free CAD or 3D viewer ?
I could sent them Proe files, Iges, Step, Vrml... any standard file formats.
David T. Francis
The free Deep View from the website does open a few 3D formats, but not many standard ones. The only two formats I could export from Pro/E that Deep View could open were Invertor (IV) and Wavefront (OBJ). Pro/E, IGES, STEP, or VRMLare not supported by Deep View. Is there another free product from RightHemisphere that does support these file types?