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A file of format .U3D

VladimirN
Emerald II

A file of format .U3D

Hello!

In Creo Elements/Pro there is a possibility to save 3D-model in a format ".u3d". At me a next question: what program-viewer (it is desirable free, like Adobe Reader for PDF 3D) it is possible to open the given format ".u3d"?


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Re: A file of format .U3D

1) Save your file as PARTXXXX.PRT

2) Save a copy FILE>SAVE A COPY>

3) Use the extension PDF U3D

Thats all. You have a .PDF file with an object you can rotate.

And you can use Adobe Reader to see it.

You can also.

1) Save your file as PARTXXXX.PRT

2) Save a copy FILE>SAVE A COPY>

3) Use the extension U3D

There is a program called BLENDER3D, you could try it.

In a while say you if you can use the UD3 file in office.

El mensaje fue editado por: Faustino Garcia

Re: A file of format .U3D

Hello!

Thanks for the answer. In the closed group "Arbortext Galaxy BETA" I have received the following answer:

Right Hemisphere's Deep View are able to view U3D and are free (http://www.righthemisphere.com/products/client-products/deep-view).

Re: A file of format .U3D

Thanks.

Best regards

Faustino Garcia

Re: A file of format .U3D

So, links, and, also, the program "Deep View" were updated, now it is called as "SAP Visual Enterprise Viewer" (in two variants: "Minimum" and "Complete"):

http://www.righthemisphere.com/support/downloads/

http://www.righthemisphere.com/deep_view_eula.php?type=minimum

http://www.righthemisphere.com/deep_view_eula.php?type=complete

Re: A file of format .U3D

Good, thanks.

Re: A file of format .U3D

I think that these links too can be useful (for open of files of 3D-models):

PDF3D (Adobe Reader): http://get.adobe.com/reader/
VRML (Cortona3D Viewer): http://www.cortona3d.com/install.aspx
JT (JT2Go): http://bit.ly/ip4UZ1

Re: A file of format .U3D

Adding to the list:

edrawings: http://www.edrawingsviewer.com/

cosmos player: http://cic.nist.gov/vrml/cosmoplayer.html

And if you use for PDFs:

PDFill: http://www.pdfill.com/

PDFCreator: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfcreator/

About Siemens .jt extension, I don't discover how to export a PROE//CREO .prt to .jt yet. I think I look for that today.

Best regards

Faustino Garcia

Re: A file of format .U3D

Hello!

Thanks for links.
I would like to notice also that under the specified link (http://cic.nist.gov/vrml/cosmoplayer.html) it is possible to find many links to various programs and resources on work with format VRML:

Viewer_VRML.jpg

...About Siemens .jt extension, I don't discover how to export a PROE//CREO .prt to .jt yet. I think I look for that today...

I think that in it there is no necessity since there are formats for an exchange 3D-given in the form of following formats (in which allows to save Creo Elements): STEP (.stp) and IGES (.igs). Here possibility of importation of format JT is more significant. For this purpose there are a plug-in adapters in Creo View (Creo Elements/View Professional 10.0) which list includes the JT-adapter.

Re: A file of format .U3D

Hello,

I have a U3D file, but not 3D model of it. Is it possible to save as U3D to STEP or IGES, so that i can use in Pro-E or IsoDraw?

Thanks

Re: A file of format .U3D

If this is not the 3D model, then it is better to transfer the ".dxf", ".dwg" file formats.

Re: A file of format .U3D

Can we convert 3d PDF to dxf or dwg? Is there a third party software to do that?

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