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glTF vs FBX: Which format should I use? | Threekit

FBX vs. glTF: What is the difference between these 3D model file formats and which should you choose? Both are widely used and can store 3D models. But it's their differences that guide their applications.
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4 Things that Make Threekit's 3D Software Different

3D software occupies a specific niche where the ultimate in technology intersects with the ultimate in human creativity. It's Threekit's deep respect for the creators—the 3D artists—that helps to differentiate it from other offerings. Read about this legacy, as well as 3 other characteristics that make Threekit unique. 
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Should you use the STEP file format?

Should you use the STEP 3D file format? Like with all 3D file formats, it depends on what you are trying to do. Here, I will talk about the strengths and weaknesses of the STEP file format so you can decide if it is right the task at hand.
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OBJ 3D file format: When should you use it? | Threekit

The Wavefront OBJ format is the most widely adopted 3D model storage format. Understanding when and how to use it is essential to getting the most out of it. 
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FBX 3D file format: When should you use it?

What is the FBX file format? Read on to find out what it is...and more importantly, when you should use it. 
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Should you use the USD and USDZ 3D file formats? | Threekit

If you're wondering whether you should use the USD, USDZ and USDA 3D file formats, the answer is: "It depends on what you are using it for." There are pros and cons to consider. 
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glTF: Everything You Need to Know | Threekit

It’s a hotly debated topic when it comes to 3D rendering: Which file format is the “right” one?  There are pros and cons depending on the user and intended application, and updates and innovations are cropping up all the time. This is the first in a 10-Part series: "Ben Houston's Ultimate Guide to 3D File Formats". Over the next several weeks, we’ll be laying out the options, considerations and necessary context to help you make the right file format choice for your needs.     Ben Houston's Ultimate Guide to 3D File Formats Part 1: glTF Part 2:  USD/USDZ Part 3:  FBX 3D Part 4: OBJ 3D Part 5:   STEP Part 6: glTF v. FBX 3D   There is a new rich 3D model format in town called glTF, and it has been rising in prominence. This article will tell you everything you need to know about glTF including what it is, why it was developed, and who is using it.
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