HCL Releases Glovius 6.0

Release offers enhanced functionalities for easy viewing of 3D CAD data, company says.

Release offers enhanced functionalities for easy viewing of 3D CAD data, company says.

Glovius enables users to measure, section, analyze, compare, and export 3D CAD data to STEP, IGES, and other formats. Image courtesy of HCL Technologies.


HCL Technologies, a global technology company, has released HCL Glovius 6.0, with features enhanced functionalities for easy viewing of product design data. Glovius is a multi-platform visualization solution that enables access to 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) data on Windows, Cloud, iOS and Android apps.

Glovius supports all popular CAD formats including CATIA, NX, Creo and Pro/ENGINEER, SOLIDWORKS, SolidEdge, Autodesk Inventor, and STEP, IGES, and JT.  Glovius enables users to measure, section, analyze, compare, and export 3D CAD data to STEP, IGES, and other formats.

The new rendering engine in Glovius 6.0 is designed to improve file open and rendering performance, resulting in improved visualization and responsiveness, the company explains. The latest release improves picking and rendering of measurements, allowing users to measure STL, CGR, and other graphics file formats.

Additionally, Glovius 6.0 features an improved export option with WYSIWYG enhancements, allowing users to export files as image snapshots, PowerPoint, 3DHTML, 3DPDF and Bill of Materials (BoM) for easy sharing and collaboration, the company adds. Users can also now protect IP and product design data by selectively exporting components in an assembly.

Working remotely, teams can collaborate across screens with comments, email and markup on the latest 3D product data, accelerating the product development process.

Glovius for iOS and Android provides a simple and easy way to view, showcase and collaborate on 3D CAD parts and assemblies on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. With Glovius mobile apps, users can view 3D parts and assemblies from popular CAD formats, analyze CAD components, run reports and collaborate with others.

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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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