FAQ Design Space - Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: How can I purchase Design Space?
    Q: What are minimum requirements to run Design Space?
    A: Intel Core i7, GeForce GTX 1070, 16GB RAM or better configuration.
    Q: In what industries can be utilized?
    A: Design Space can be used in any industry that utilize 3D materiel or do designing. For example construction, metal industry, chemical industry, lumber industry, food industry, mining industry, medicine industry, electricity industry, textile industry and so forth.
    Q: What file formats does Design Space support
    A: .IFC 2×3, .FBX, .OBJ, .DXF, .STL, .STP/.STEP.
    Q: How Design Spaces information security is arranged? Are my information or files for example processed in cloud outside Finnish territory?
    A: All data uploaded in to Design Space are processed securely in our certified server rooms. Access to files is encrypted so, that no outside entity can access them.
    Q: How big models I can upload in to Design Space?
    A: It depends on your own computer. One of the biggest models this far has been 3,5 GB in size .FBX factory model, consisting of 100 million polygons. It ran fluently with GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.
    Q: How large dot cloud materiel I can upload in to Design Space?
    A: There is no limitation regarding this. Loading and transformation times grow a little with larger amounts of data.
    Q: How precisely Design Space displays 3D Material?
    A: With same precision as other designing softwares. Some angularity can appear on some round shapes, which is caused by triangulation of CAD-models. Design Space does not alter designing models measures in any way.
    Q: Which formats can be exported from Design Space
    A: .FBX, .STL
    Q: With which designing software Design Space is compatible?
    A: Autodesk: Navisworks, AutoCAD, Plant3D, Inventor, Recap, Revit, ArchiCAD, Tekla Structures, Aveva, PDMS, Bentley Microstation, SolidWorks, Catia, Rhinoceros, Cinema4D, Blender
    Q: How can I get support if trouble occurs?

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