Articles tagged with 'web'

3DViewStation WebViewer v2019.0 Release

13-06-19gnikol

We have released a new 3DViewStation WebViewer version v2019.0 with a series of enhancements, described below. You can try the new version online now...

New and updated file formats:

  • Import 3D: Inventor 2019, SolidWorks 2019, Solid Edge 2019, Parasolid V31, Revit 2019, FBX, glTF, JT 10.2, OBJ, 3DS, Collada, Lidar point clouds
  • Import 2D: Catia V5 R28 (V5-6R2018), Catia V6 R2017x, Creo 4.0 / ProE, NX12, SolidEdge ST10, Solidworks 2018
  • Export: JavaScript for 3D-PDF, IFC, FBX, JT 10, OBJ

New and updated functions:

  • import dialog (quick settings)
  • Structuretree: Remove empty nodes
  • neutral axis calculation with tesselated data
  • Real time wall thickness measurement
  • drill hole recognition
  • split
  • technical documentation:
    • BOM table: interactive BOM ID generation
    • BOM table: automatic ID generation
    • Ballooning: arrangement as line, rectangle, circle
    • Ballooning: automatic re-arrangement during rotation
    • options for shapes and lines for balloons
    • Selection of all instances of a geometry
  • Filtering option: include / exclude unvisible objects
  • Rotation mode "Turntable"
  • 2D text search enhanced
  • Transformation: Align move circle center to circle center
  • Export PNG with transparent background
  • Performance optimization:
    • tremendous increase in rendering speed of ultra large assemblies
    • optimization of instancing

How Kisters helps SMEs (small and medium enterprises) to get mobile access to their CAD data

28-04-18gnikol

SMEs (small and medium enterprises) internally typically work file based, storing all their CAD and project files in folders of their file server. But employees of SMEs are mobile too and we all know the situation of getting an urgent call while travelling, being asked for immediate assistance.

What can we do, if we now would need access to our 3D CAD models, 2D drawings or any project related documentation?

The easy solution is a Web based application that – after logon of course – will provide a “file open”  dialog, which we all know from our Desktop applications. But in the case of working Web based this “file open”  dialog needs to point to a directory of one of OUR servers, allowing to browse through files and sub folders, and open files from there. Of course the server of this Web application will run on our infrastructure – so in the same network, where our files reside.

Advantages of this approach are:

  • It is an easy way to make CAD files and documents accessible from outside: just copy & paste them to  a defined location or in a sub folder of it.
  • There are no download required
  • There will be no files on our mobile device at any time. No risk to lose them, no need to protect our IP, no problem with file sizes, I.e. for large assemblies
  • Very fast mobile access, short loadtimes
  • Always access to the current files, not working with outdated local copies.

Here is an example of a solution and how it could look like on a Smartphone. More details here.

 

3DViewStation WebViewer allows secure and fast communication of extremly complex 3D CAD Data

22-04-18gnikol

Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer provides several options to secure the access of §D CAD data as much as possible: alienate geometries, remove internal parts, prevent from sectioning, load assemblies dynamically and i.e. do not even load certain objects, backend communication between server components, never having any 3D geometries on the client device...

Find a more detailed article here.

 

Video: 3DViewStation WebViewer integration with Siemens Active Workspace

11-01-18gnikol

A short video, showing the integration of 3DViewStation WebViewer  with Siemens Active Workspace. Provided by our partner Piterion

Video: 3DViewStation WebViewer 2017.1 news

04-01-18gnikol

A video showing some of the news of Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer V2017.1:

Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer 2017.0 News Video

04-04-17gnikol

We have done a new video showing the news of Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer version v2017.0.  Available here as MP4 or on YouTube.

Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer V2016.0 News Video

11-03-16gnikol

We added a video to our YouTube channel, showing some of the 3DViewStation V2016.0 news.

3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 video

04-11-15gnikol

A quick tour showing latest Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer version, your solution for mobile user, who need secure access to their 3D CAD data.

3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 Release

26-10-15gnikol

Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer v2015 has been released. Find a few impressions below or try online here.
3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 has (almost) same performance, same APIs, same functionality like known for our Desktop version. It is pure HTML5, no client install, no CAD data transferred to the client – fast with even low bandwidth and your IP is protected. Load a 20.000 parts assembly on you mobile device in 1 second…

Preview: Upcoming WebViewer 2015

28-03-15gnikol

a little video showing the upcoming 3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 version on various devices. 3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 and 3DViewStation Desktop & ActiveX will have same performance, same functionality, same APIs. English version here.

3DViewStation WebViewer Release

27-08-13gnikol

The KISTERS 3DViewStation WebViewer is a cloud and mobile solution that can be integrated with your own cloud services to enable the viewing, inspection, and sharing of 3D manufacturing and construction data on the fly. The KISTERS 3DViewStation product family is known for high performance 3D-viewing, current and mature CAD-importers plus a reasonable set of functional tools to view, analyze and communicate 3D-data.Characteristics:

  • WebGL-based
  • requires just a browser supporting WebGL: Firefox, Chrome, Opera. upcoming Internet Explorer 11
  • no client installation
  • reads about 20 fileformats including latest Catia, NX, Creo, ProE, Solidworks, Solidedge, Inventor, JT, STEP, 3D-PDF
  • outputs 3DVSWeb-format, PNG, 3D-PDF
  • features: navigation, analysis, dimensioning and explosion of 3D-models.
  • customization
  • rich API