XVL Technical Illustration Suite
Create 2D and 3D Interactive Illustrations
Import 3D Models from Any CAD System (CAD agnostic)
Automatically Generate Technical Illustrations & Images
Technical illustrations can be produced quickly and easily using XVL Technical Illustration Suite. It is a complete solution to help you lower the cost and time required to create and publish technical illustrations and images using existing 3D CAD data.
Use the powerful tools included with the suite to create high quality technical illustrations for parts catalogs, service manuals, marketing & sales and other documents, in a simple and efficient manner.
Drag and drop your existing 3D CAD models into the XVL Illustration Suite to create exploded views with trace lines, call outs, notes and dimensions and then publish as vector illustrations or raster images. You can even create your own service BOM and link to the parts interactively.
Additionally, you can easily create your own sBOM’s and mBOM’s interactively or import information from ERP, MES or other systems.
- Open CAD and neutral format files directly • CATIA V5, CATIA V4, Pro/ENGINEER, NX, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, JT, STEP, IGES and more.
See www.lattice3d.com for the latest supported formats.
- Publish Raster Graphics (JPEG,PNG,TIFF, BMP), Vector Line Art (SVG, CGM, EPS, DXF), 3D interactive models (view with Free XVL Player).
- Author Exploded Views with Automatic Trace Line Creation, mBOMs, sBOMs, Notes, Labels, Dimensions
- Other 3D viewing functionality includes:
Cross-Section, Measure, Annotate, Basic Collision / Interference Check, Draft Angle Check
XVL Technical Illustration Suite operates in the environments listed below.
Hardware: IBM PC or compatible machine
OS: Windows 2000 SP3 or later, Windows XP SP1 or later, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64
CPU: Pentium II 300MHz or higher
Memory: 256MB or higher – (1GB recommended for handling large amounts of data)
HDD: 200MB or more free space for installation drive and free space 5 or more times the size of XVL file to handle for system drive