Modern CAD Viewer
Glovius CAD viewer supports CATIA, NX, STEP, IGES, Pro/ENGINEER and Creo, SolidWorks, Inventor, and Solid Edge files. Take accurate measurements, cut dynamic sections, compare differences between models and export to 3D PDF, STL and Glovius Mobile.
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Buy Glovius CAD Viewer licenses from $480/year. Permanent license also available in node locked and floating configurations.
- Martin Mráz, REFIMA s.r.o.
"Glovius is definitely an excellent viewer software. We use it to provide data and presentations across the company from manufacturer engineer till project manager. We also use it to provide Bill of Materials (BOM) to our archive department and more..."
Ronen Salomon, Opgal Optronic Industries Ltd.
Jacco Lagerweij, Brink B.V.
“I really like your product. Very helpful for someone in aerospace who does a lot of quoting and has to open a lot of different types of files.”
Pat Rowell, Cutting Dynamics, Inc.
"Due to Glovius we have reduced our overall CAD resource budget as we no longer need to utilize an expensive CATIA license for when an engineer merely wishes to view a model as opposed to design a model. This has allowed us to reduce our full suite CATIA licenses by 1. Implementing Glovius as a floating license has also introduced efficiencies as an engineer can now view the model using the PC at their own desk as opposed to using a dedicated CAD workstation in another part of the office."
Adam Schmitt, Premcar Pty Ltd.
“I rely on Glovius to open files from customers for viewing and quoting their projects. It’s been a great help especially from a cost standpoint because I do not need a complicated viewing program.”
Jeffrey Geib, West Bend Plastics Inc.
"Advanced Systems and Controls uses Glovius in it’s estimating department. Estimators need the ability to open and view a wide variety of customers drawings and Glovius gives us that capability."
Kevin Pray, Advanced Systems & Controls Inc.
"I used Glovius to view an industrial construction project, and it really helped us see how the parts of the plant tied in to each other for scheduling of the construction."
Daniel Hudgens, G.A. West