Lattice Technology Releases XVL Player v12.0
Enhanced Free 3D Viewer Now Supports Mozilla Firefox
San Francisco, CA, April 10th, 2012—Lattice Technology® Inc., the standard for technical communication and digital mock up software in the manufacturing enterprise, today released the latest version of XVL Player and XVL Player Pro.
The free XVL Player enables full viewing, measurement, markup, cross-section and animation playback. Lattice Technology’s XVL format is the industry’s most compressed 3D format with no loss of accuracy of the data. This lightweight footprint for 3D allows complex 3D data and assemblies to be viewed on lower-specification PCs and easily shared across a network or the internet. XVL Player enables access to the additional data, such as annotation, metadata, animations, assembly tree and more, embedded within the XVL format.
XVL Player v12.0 enables users to rapidly and easily access 3D models using Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. In addition, the new version includes new features to support the latest process animation authoring and mBom enhancements in XVL Studio.
The latest version of XVL Player is recommended for anyone needing to view XVL data and it can be downloaded free of charge at the Lattice Technology, Inc. website. XVL is used extensively at global manufactures to share information across departments, suppliers and customers.
XVL Player Pro customers with current maintenance can download the updated version free of charge.
About Lattice Technology, Inc.
Lattice Technology provides XVL-based software solutions – Converting, Authoring and Publishing. Our solutions enable users in functions downstream of product development to use 3D CAD data for their specific needs. XVL, which is CAD agnostic, was designed to be used outside of product development. Using XVL solutions, engineers and non-engineers alike can repurpose and leverage 3D CAD model information for functions ranging from manufacturing to service.
XVL benefits companies that produce products with high part counts, complex geometry, detailed manufacturing processes or have ongoing lifecycle support requirements such as documentation, maintenance, and training. Target industries range from those developing large products such as airplanes and automobiles to small, complex machinery and medical devices.
Founded in 1997, Lattice Technology, Inc. has offices in Tokyo, Japan, and Denver, CO, USA. Lattice Technology® is a registered trademark of Lattice Technology, Inc.
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For more information, visit www.lattice3d.com.
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