What are XVL files used for?
XVL is used across a range of fields. So why is it so popular?
CAD file compression.
One of the main uses of XVL files is their ability to compress a CAD design to a far smaller file. An XVL can reduce a design to 1% of its original size — maintaining essential data for design, assembly, service, parts, and catalogues.
These small file sizes help designers to collaborate on projects, share them with stakeholders and send them to customers.
The XVL file format allows users to convert and update design files from any 3D CAD format, and even incorporate designs from different programs into a single XVL file. This is invaluable to large manufacturing and engineering organizations that work across different design fields.
CAD designs can be shared with other users and authors, who can add instructions, interactive documents, and catalogues to the file.
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