What is a 3DM File

3DM file explained

A 3DM file is an open source file format which is used for 3D graphics software. Developed by the openNURBS initiative, 3DM files are inherently classified as computer-aided design (CAD) files as they can be processed by several CAD applications.

3DM files contain graphics, metadata details, and other formatting attributes such as surface, points, and curve information. Some of the software that will open, convert, or process 3DM files include Rhinoceros, SAP VEViewer, Moment of Inspiration, and Right Hemisphere Deep View.

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