A platform for effortless collaboration with agile & lean 3D data
Designed through customer input, Lite3D is a solution that enables all users, no matter the device, to work with 3D models, on the same platform. With the help of the JT standard, 3D can be established as a common corporate language without being slowed down by cumbersome native CAD data
Basic viewing is free for commercial use!
Establishing 3D as a common collaboration language with less discussion and misunderstandings compared to 2D.
Relying on industry proven, lightweight, neutral formats such as JT and STEP saves expensive CAD licenses.
Due to its slim format, 3D data can be easily accessed from mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.
Export models as HTML web page for viewing in a web browser.
Add plug-ins to extend viewer capabilities. For example, for checking data quality or comparing models.
LiteComply is a compliance tool that checks whether JT models conform with the development guidelines of a customer in the area of geometry, structure and methodology, and meet both legal regulations and the requirements for subsequent processes.
LiteDrop enables easy management of the content of JT files to increase viewing performance and protecting your IP.
LiteMachine performs an automatic feature and colour detection and groups the operations for NC programming.
When developing new vehicles, standards, guidelines and norms from different countries must be taken into account. LiteCar ensures the legal compliance of the vehicle architecture during the construction phase. Typical international standards such as GTR or Euro NCAP are available and individual, company-specific standards can be integrated.
Compare More Than Just Geometry Differences with xCompare.
In times of global and simultaneous development processes, tools that support engineers with managing their complex design data are becoming increasingly important.
With xCompare, you can analyze CATIA V5, SMG and JT data to find differences between two revisions of a product, part and drawing, or to verify the conversion process. It traces not only geometry differences, but all design changes in CAD models.