Manipulate 3D Models and Objects with Aspose.3D Cloud

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Are you looking for a robust 3D modeling and transformation API?  Aspose fulfilled your quest with introduction of Aspose.3D Cloud. It will help the developers to manage file formats used in 3D modelling, gaming, computer aided design and manufacturing on any platform without dependency of any 3D modeling and rendering software.

What is Aspose.3D Cloud?

Aspose.3D Cloud is a REST API solution that helps developers to add features to create, modify and convert 3D objects, models and entities in their desktop, web and cloud applications. It supports manipulation of all popular 3D file formats. You can use it with any platform or language for example .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js and many more. You do not need to worry about language or platform limitations because almost all the platforms and languages support REST features and provide native REST clients to work with REST APIs.

It supports to convert the specific part or whole 3D file from one format to another. You can create or delete various types of 3D entities, such as 3D box, 3D cylinder, 3D sphere, torus, and 3D plane with the Cloud API. Please check the release notes of first version for a complete list of Aspose.3D Cloud API features. And once you’ve done that, give it a try for yourself.

Convert 3D Files

The Aspose.3D API allows developers to save a 3D file to any supported file format such as 3DS, AMF, RVM, DAE, DRC, FBX, gLTF, OBJ, PDF, PLY, STL, U3D, DXF, JT, X, and 3MF. You can convert a 3D file to another format with default settings or can pass a detailed setting parameter for the conversion. Below is the cURL code example for converting an FBX to 3D PDF file format, you can use SDKs for all popular programming languages from GitHub repo.

Triangulate Meshes

You would know that graphics software can operate more efficiently on triangle meshes and Aspose.3D Cloud supports this important feature. It enables you to triangulate the whole file or only a specific part of the 3D scene and save it to a different file. Here is a sample cURL command we will use to triangulate a 3D PDF file.

What’s Next

We’ve given you a quick overview of Aspose.3D Cloud. But to know more about this powerful 3D modeling and transformation solution, all you need is to sign up with aspsoe.cloud and check the API documentation section for a complete list of features with sample code examples. If you’ve any queries, feel free to post to the Aspose.3D Cloud forum. We’ll be happy to assist you with your queries and inquiries.