Convert GLTF to SAT File

GLTF to SAT ......

The following resources are provided for your reference, focusing on the interoperability and exchange between GLTF and SAT file formats. They are designed to assist you in the transition from GLTF to SAT file.


GLTF (Graphics Language Transmission Format) is a file format developed and maintained by the Khronos Group organization. There are currently two versions of the GLTF file format available: the original 1.0 and the more recent 2.0, with the latter being preferred due to its newer features. By default, a GLTF file is saved in ASCII text mode. However, to save a GLTF file with all referenced texture images in binary mode, the GLB file extension should be used. Our GLTF and GLB conversion tools, Autoconverter and Automesher Application, offer full support for importing and exporting both GLTF and GLB files, thanks to the open asset import library.


The SAT (Standard ACIS Text) is an ASCII file format specifically designed to store 3D model geometry with precision. Developed and continuously maintained by the Spatial company, SAT files are widely supported across the majority of 3D modeling and CAD software. They play a crucial role in effectively exchanging 3D data between different systems, such as AutoCAD and Solidworks. With our Autoconverter and Automesher Application products, you have the ability to convert mesh-based geometry into a true solid shape, which can then be saved in the SAT file format.