At Convert3D, we're constantly pushing our platform to offer support for more 3D file formats. Today, we're happy to introduce an enhancement to our site – support for Industry Foundation Classes (IFC). This addition is made for users in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry.
In the world of AEC, diverse file formats are the norm, and therefore the need to convert to other 3D file formats is also a need. With the addition of IFC support, Convert3D aims to help AEC users to effortlessly convert IFC files into formats that fits their specific needs, whether it's for interactive applications or renders.
Industry Foundation Classes, or IFC, is a versatile file format that plays a large role in the realm of Building Information Modeling (BIM) within the AEC sector. It serves as a standard for representing and exchanging information pertaining to construction and building projects. IFC files encapsulate data related to building components, materials, spatial relationships, and more.
Incorporating IFC support into Convert3D provides an efficient solution for the AEC community to use their 3D models in other applications. Here's why Convert3D's IFC support can be a big help:
Convert3D simplifies the process of transforming IFC files into various formats that can best serve your requirements. Whether your goal is to create 3D applications or render images, Convert3D makes it possible to seamlessly convert to the appropriate 3D file formats.
Our platform is designed to seamlessly integrate with alot of different 3D file formats, ensuring that your converted files can be used in different software applications.
As with the rest of Convert3D, our IFC converter is not only free but also guarantees privacy and security. Your files remain safely on your computer during the conversion process. Whether you're on Windows, macOS, or Linux, Convert3D is accessible via any modern web browser.
Embarking on your IFC conversion journey with Convert3D is a breeze.
Convert an IFC file to formats such as OBJ, FBX, STL, GLB, GLTF, DAE, 3DS, PLY, and more, with additional format options continually being added.
Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to evolve our offering.