3D Send is a solution for sending and previewing large models between users across the internet. The technology has been developed by 3D Repo using the viewer API and is available to purchase as a standalone platform solution.

Users can upload their model files to the platform and 3D Send them to anyone. Once received, models can be previewed right from the web browser or downloaded to use with your favourite tools.

How does it work?

The steps below are an example of the technology working – if you are interested in using/purchasing 3D Send technology, please get in touch.

Step 1: Users upload their model files into the browser. Enter their own email address and the email addresses of the collaborators they wish to share files.

3d send upload file

Step 2: Click the 3D Send button to send your models. Once the files have been sent, you can click the copy link button and paste it into a browser to view the models.

3d send upload file

Step 3: An email with a link to the models will be sent to each collaborator, allowing them to preview them in the browser, or download them to use with their favourite tools. Models are stored safely on the platform for 14 days. *Please note, it may take a few minutes for your models to process before you can view them in the browser.

3d send email received

Recipients will receive an email with a link to view the model in the browser. From there, they can also choose to download the files and use them elsewhere.

3d send view model in browser

Share BIM models with anyone

Simply drag & drop your files in the web browser to upload them to the secure platform. Users can send as many files as they like up to 500 MB.

Preview BIM models in the browser

Once received, models can be viewed in the browser or downloaded to use with your favourite tools. 3D Send solution uses the 3D Repo viewer API so anyone can preview the 3D models without the need for expensive software.

Share BIM models securely

Leveraging 3D Repo’s secure hosting, your files are stored safely and securely for up to 14 days giving collaborators plenty of time to preview and download the models.

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