The service provides ability to share design drawings and models created using the provider's computer-aided design (CAD) software. It allows users to upload model files for access by others, with control of specific views that ensure all viewers see the same perspective. Methods also allow markup of a model by online reviewers and generate clash reports to detect potential conflicts among different elements in a project.
API methods support access to data defining objects uploaded to the shared access platform, allowing manipulation of object views and viewer input generated during reviews. Methods allow control based on project, users, models, and other variables related to the shared access activities. The API supports integration with project management and accounting systems, along with custom interfaces for shared access.
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