You can import files into Shapr3D in these formats:
These DWG and DXF files should not contain any 3D data.
- STL (for reference only)
- SLDASM (including external references that are not stored in mesh files)
- 2D PDF (single or first page only)
- GIF (not animated)
Make sure that your source file is not damaged or corrupt and that your device has enough memory to process the import. The source model should fit the available design space in Shapr3D: 1 km³. In addition, your file should not include any sketches with polylines. When you import files from other software, some lines and curves might not be accurately displayed in Shapr3D.
Shapr3D supports the following file formats which are compatible with most major CAD software, and Apple’s AR ecosystem:
- DWG (sketches and 2D drawings)
- DXF (sketches and 2D drawings)
- X_T or X_B
- OBJ (with colors)
- SHAPR (the native file format of Shapr3D)
Use SHAPR to transfer models between different Shapr3D apps and projects.
If you use Shapr3D Basic, you can only export in low-quality STL and 3MF. If you’re subscribed to the Pro plan, you can export models in all supported formats, and export 2D drawings in PDF, DXF, or DWG format.