Babel3D.com has a new Home
After eight years of helping people to View, Translate and Share 3D models, we are moving Babel3D.com to a new address - cloud.glovius.com on May 31, 2018.
We're grateful to the Babel3D community that made it grow, provided feedback and helped improve our service.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at email@example.com
Babel3D is cloud based 3D viewer that works inside your browser. Upload your files on Babel3D.com to view them inside the browser using Babel3D WebGL Viewer. Link your Dropbox account for automatic upload whenever new files are added in your Dropbox.
With Babel3D Mobile Apps, your 3D files on Babel3D.com are also available on your iPhone, iPad and Android smartphone and tablets.
With Babel3D, convert 3D models to 3Ds, OBJ, STL, COLLADA and 3D PDF formats. Embed 3D in HTML documents or share them as links.
Babel3D supports 36 of the most popular 3D file formats. Upload parts and assembly files from the formats below.
CAD formats SolidWorks (sldprt, sldasm), CATIA V5 (CATPart, CATProduct), Inventor (ipt, iam), Pro/ENGINEER and Creo Parts and Assembly files (prt, asm), NX Parts and assemblies (prt), JT, SolidEdge (par, asm, pwd, psm), RHINO (3dm), Autocad 3D DWG (dwg) Graphical formats Autodesk 3D Studio (3DS), SketchUp (skp), Wavefront OBJ (obj), VRML (wrl, vrml), CGR, Collada (dae) Neutral formats STEP (stp, step), IGES (igs, iges), STL Other formats Parasolid (x_t, x_b, xmt, xmt_txt), 3D PDF (pdf, prc, u3d) Babel3D does not support 2D files formats like DWG, DXF and DGN.
The input files are deleted as soon as the conversion process completes.
Babel3D WebGL viewer enables you to view 3D in your browser. There is no software required to download or install. Babel3D WebGL viewer works on all modern browsers and uses WebGL and HTML5 for rendering 3D in the browser.
View, Zoom, Pan, Rotate your models with the WebGL viewer. Take point to point measurements and cut dynamic sections. View the Product Structure of assembly files and hide/show components.
Here is an example of a 3D model in Babel3D WebGL Viewer.
Zip all the files and submit it for translation. Name the zip file as the main output file plus the “.zip” extension.
If you have a OBJ file called ‘example.obj’, which references a material file called ‘example.mtl’, and a couple of textures – ‘one.jpg’ and ‘two.jpg’, then you should zip up all these files into a single zip file and name the zip file as ‘example.obj.zip’.
Currently, only the ZIP file format (*.zip) is supported. Other compression formats like RAR, GZ, 7z etc. are not supported.
Simply drag and drop assembly file and reference part files to Babel3D uploader, all the files including assembly will be converted.
You can also drag and drop a folder containing assembly and part files, Babel3D will convert all the files and preapare for viewing.Also, you can convert files which referencing multiple other files by zipping them all up into a single zip file. For example, if you have an assembly file say, ‘Sample Assembly.SLDASM’, which references three part files – ‘1.SLDPRT’, ‘2.SLDPRT’ and ‘3.SLDPRT’, zip up all these files (including the SLDASM file), and name the resulting file as ‘Sample Assembly.SLDASM.zip’.