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What 3D formats supported ?

Anatoly Vivchar's picture
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Hi

What formats supported by OpenCascade (to read shapes from and save (export) shapes to), exept STL, STEP, IGES ?

For example SLDPRT, 3D DWG supported ?

Regards, Anatoly

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Hello Anatoly,

We propose also interfaces to DXF, ACIS SAT/SAB, Parasolid X_T / X_B formats – see this page.

We can also offer the data exchange interfaces by Datakit, together with the services for their integration into your software.

Please, do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Best regards,

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Anatoly Vivchar's picture

http://www.datakit.com/en/conversion-plug-ins/open-cascade-15.html is interesting but how use this ? Do you have classes similar to StepReader, writer to use them in program code ?

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Yes Anatoly,

The components by Datakit can also be provided as SDKs that you can link to your application.

Please, do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Best regards,

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Anatoly Vivchar's picture

>> The components by Datakit can also be provided as SDKs that you can link to your application.

Where possible to download them ? I did not find anything except their applications :( 

Do You plan to make classes to read/save SolidWork (*.SLDPRT) and some more very usage formats, in the future ?

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Dear Anatoly,

Using Datakit data exchange interfaces provides Open CASCADE Technology based applications and solutions with the additional capability of reading and writing numerous required CAD formats, including SolidWorks.

You can contact us to precise your project needs and agree our development and delivery services. 

Best regards,

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