that´s for drawings or views of models only! The easiest way once was
VRML export, but none of the "modern" browsers come with a VRML plugin.
Anything you want - streaming media, flash, whatever - but no 3D like
cosmoplayer, cortona... VRML, once promising, is an endangered species
Or have I missed something?
If you want optimal display quality on any size/resolution screen, and
the ability for the user to zoom and pan the drawing, then you should
try to keep them in a vector graphics format (rather than rasterizing
them to a GIF or JPEG bitmap).
Examples of Web vector formats and their leading browser plug-ins are
XML-standard SVG (Adobe SVG Viewer), CGM (Corel ActiveCGM) and SWF
One route to get your drawings into these file formats is via
Pro-ENGINEER's EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) output, which our
commercial ps2vector can batch convert to SVG, CGM etc. If interested,
you're welcome to send me a sample PS/EPS/PDF file for testing.
Square One - The Graphics Connection