Create 3D PDF Documents from CAD
Recorded on Feb 7, 2018
Learn how to easily incorporate existing 3D models into interactive PDF documents using QuadriSpace Publisher3D PDF 2017
. These powerful documents are used broadly for manufacturing uses such as assembly instructions, maintenance manuals part catalogs, sales demonstrations, and product presentations.
With Publisher3D PDF it is easy to import 3D models and then publish industry standard 3D PDF files. In this demonstration, you will see how to create illustrations that can be displayed in the PDF to show different orientations of the 3D design. Additionally, users can modify materials and create exploded views that animate in the published PDF. Many other 3D tools are included making illustration creation powerful and easy.
Once users have setup their illustrations then they can chose from a wide variety of templates, select colors and fonts, and edit titles and other descriptive text resulting in a highly customized 3D PDF file. 3D models from many common 3 CAD programs are supported. The 3D PDF files can be viewed with Adobe Reader without any additional plug-ins, making it easy to share your 3D designs with anyone.
The webinar is free and lasts about one hour, including the Q&A session.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
Brian Roberts is responsible for product marketing and business development at QuadriSpace. He has presented solutions based on 3D PDF software since Adobe added 3D support to Adobe Reader 7. He has extensive knowledge of 3D PDF technology and expertise with the QuadriSpace Publisher3D PDF software. Mr. Roberts is also knowledgeable about other publish formats for 3D delivery, such as HTML5.
Engineers and non-engineers alike benefit from creating and sharing interactive 3D PDF files. Since PDF is widely adopted and the user interface is familiar anyone from engineering and manufacturing to sales and marketing can benefit from the presentation
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