Share 3D in the Cloud

Share 3D for collaboration, instructions and catalogs






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Team Collaboration

Involve the extended team. Review projects with colleagues, partners, vendors and clients. Provide secure access to interactive 3D models and parts lists for comments and feedback.

Visual Instructions

On the floor or in the field. Provide step-by-step instructions with 3D animations and text. Integrated commenting system enables easy sign-off, off-site communication and change request initiation.

  • Distribute and manage instructions on the Shop Floor
  • Empower field representatives with visual instructions


Online Catalogs

Procure vendor parts or sell spare parts. Share spare part or product catalogs for easy part selection and identification. Embedded commenting fosters better communication resulting in fewer errors.

  • Distribute catalogs in 3D for easy part identification
  • Allow field representatives to easily find parts using 3D for visually clarity

Advanced 3D Content

Share3D directly leverages advanced 3D content. With 3D-based content, not simply models, the use of 3D in the cloud extends beyond engineering to downstream uses in manufacturing, marketing, sales and field service.

Superior Collaboration

Whether collaborators are online or using one of our native Share3D apps, users can submit comments with markups for participants to review. In addition, users that are buried in email can participate by replying to the automatically generated emails.

Universal Access

Share3D supports interactive 3D viewing and collaboration on PCs and Macs directly through the modern browser using WebGL technology. Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera support the technology without any add-ins. Share3D also offers free native apps for iPad, iPhone and PCs.

Secure and Private

Share3D services enable secure and private sharing of your 3D information. 3D content is protected by 256-bit SSL security and hosted on Amazon’s secure servers. In addition, Share3D uses a lightweight format in the cloud so native CAD files are never uploaded to Share3D servers.