Sharing of 3D proofs is very easy. There is a number of
3D viewers available for download from the Internet.
Some are better, some worth. 3D viewers are usually open
source software, free and easy to download and install.
The only concern should be is to download a viewer from
a reputable website, so there will be no "unwanted
guests" in your computer.
Major developers of engineering 3D modeling and
simulation software usually providing a viewer that is
being developed by the company itself and adapted to the
specifics of the files created using their
product. We recommend our customers to use the
E-Drawings viewer, developed by SolidWorks and available
for download from SolidWorks website. E-Drawings viewer
is free, SolidWorks website is a reputable one, hence
downloading from that website is safe and a viewer
itself has friendly interface and easy to operate.
E-Drawings viewer opens E-Drawings files with extension
.easm or .eprt. It is a specific file type, developed
specifically for review in this viewer, such file can be
generated off any 3D part or assembly created in
SolidWorks. These files are extremely lightweight,
rarely exceeding 3 MB, they can be simply attached to an
E-Drawings viewer gives our customers
an opportunity to review the model in 3D, to turn it 360
degrees, view it in one of the pre-set positions, zoom
in and out, turn on and off a model's components,
measure and make notes. Unfortunately E-Drawings viewer
is not able to catch a rendered data, such as
photorealistic colors and textures, but it can recognize
color coding of parts and components and run a
simulation of an exploded view if one was programmed.
E-Drawings viewer is an easy and effective way of
sharing 3D data and understanding an architecture of a
To learn more about E-Drawings viewer and its features,
E-Drawings Online Help Portal.