A DGN file is a 2D/3D drawing created by MicroStation or Intergraph Interactive Graphics Design System. Such files are typically used to save designs for construction projects for highways, bridges, and buildings.
PLY is a computer file format known as the Polygon File Format or the Stanford Triangle Format. It was designed to store three-dimensional data from 3D scanners. The data storage format supports a relatively simple description of a single object as a list of nominally flat polygons.
A CAD file is an output of a CAD software, containing key information about the designed object: its geometry and topology representation, 3D model hierarchy, metadata, and visual attributes depending on the format of the file.Read more
In the sixth part of "How to build 3D web apps" series we go practical and build a simple web app dealing with 3D data.Read more
View the new video tutorials guiding you through the key functions of CAD Exchanger: 3D models import and conversion, building sectioning views and LODs, and exploring properties and structure.Read more