How to disassemble a 3D object on the website?

Hi all. There are two questions:

1. How to prepare and export in the desired 3D format (from SolidWorks)? Does the format *dae need features?
2. Is it possible to parse by clicking on the object part using the same three.js?

If anyone has a link to something similar, I would be very grateful. Not interested in just the insert and rotation of the model, namely disassembly into components.
March 19th 20 at 08:27
1 answer
March 19th 20 at 08:29
Solution
1. of Solid Works --> .obj -->three.js.
the full list of formats are supported out of the box three.js you can see here :
https://threejs.org/docs/index.html#manual/en/intr...
see the "Loaders".
Does the format *dae need features?
what are the features?You are a subject matter describe ...

Perhaps the first thing to clarify that and BREP Solid wood and build the model, which in Solid Works , it nifiga not that "cool" in WEB GL, there is a Mesh and polygons.

2. Possible.
-if it is different objects(i.e., several .obj) loaded with the coordinates and represent the type of the Assembly, then change the y-coordinate of the "details" they "will understand".
if it's one object, take the polygons change their coordinates and will be "flying".
thank you so much! - Laury_Rippin commented on March 19th 20 at 08:32
@Laury_Rippin, in the preparation of models, the "jamming" in three.js it is worth considering that the number of polygons in the model must be the minimum necessary , if it is Mesh. because it often greatly affects the performance.

PS if the answer is a solution - mark. - michelle.Mo commented on March 19th 20 at 08:35
@michelle.Mo, the detail will understand, the motion vector is clear ) - Laury_Rippin commented on March 19th 20 at 08:38

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