Lino® 3D web: 3D Configurator for Complex Industrial Processes

Configuration specialist Lino GmbH presents Lino® 3D web, the powerful 3D visualization tool for Web-based product layout, quotation generation and configuration. This Software Made by Lino® module leverages WebGL technology to display truly paramteric 3D models in a Web view and is integrated in the Tacton product configurator.

Meaningful visualizations promote product sales and give both technical sales staff and end customers maximum visual control. Particularly industrial products with extreme variance and complex dimensional changes separate the true performers from the products that simply don’t measure up. Truly parametric models as in CAD allow permanent, interactive 3D visualization during configuration in the Web browser. Lino® 3D web enables all variants to be displayed.

Lino® 3D web is integrated in the Web-based Tacton Configurator, does not require a browser plug-in and even works on mobile devices. The Solidworks CAD geometry is exported automatically for Web viewing in the form of simplified models for high performance while protecting company know-how. Existing rule sets generated for design using Tacton Design Automation can be re-used 1:1 on the Web – with no system change. The complete integration with the Tacton Configurator (TCsite) thus offers optimum return on your Tacton investment.

Interactive Web configurator with 3D preview
Lino® 3D web lets end customers, sales staff or partners configure products in their Web browsers and see the results immediately after every change. Users can view products from all sides, zoom in to examine product details and generate screenshots of any 3D views. You can experience live examples at (use Google Chrome for best results).

Possible applications
Lino® 3D web can be used for a wide array of tasks. The most prominent is its use as a visual configurator with parametrics for 3D visualization or presentation of the results of fully configured products. Lino® 3D web additionally permits the exchange of individual elements, superimposing or removing elements, animation of product functions and viewing of CAD files in 3D.