Acrobat 3D

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Nick

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 Acrobat 3D
10-03-2006 02:41 . pm | View his/her posts only
Just downloaded Acrobat 3D try out and now I'm sticking VX models into everything from pdf's to Excel spread sheets, this is soooo good.
It sometimes seems a bit clunky but I'm sure thats me not reading the instructions.
I may even have to save up and buy this because it just about solves all my customer presentation probs. I can even put a little spinny model on the bottom of a Quote.
No more exports to SW / e Drawings for me. (Maybe)
Anybody else got any comments.

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ChrisWard2k2

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10-03-2006 06:02 . pm | View his/her posts only
Yeah - it is going to be the de-facto standard for sure - will replace e-drawings, even the SolidWorks guys like Adobe3D. However, I do feel Adobe have over-priced the product a bit (well, all of their stuff is perhaps a little expensive).

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Kevin

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11-03-2006 12:55 . pm | View his/her posts only
Its a noce technology - not tried it yet with my in house systems though. Once again though the UK (and EEC?) are being ripped off by unfair pricing. The Adobe online store UK sells this product for

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Kevin

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08-04-2006 01:17 . pm | View his/her posts only
Anybody had the chance to play with this more? I've got a trial CD but I'm waiting for an upcoming project before I use it. Still not pleased about the

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ChrisWard2k2

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09-04-2006 06:56 . am | View his/her posts only
Hi

Well one interesting aspect is that Adobe are now the owners of Flash and the other Macromedia innovations. So, what we see now in Acrobat 3D will certainly get a whole lot better in the future. However, it was not Adobe that got the 3D PDF ball rolling. Take a look at the original: http://www.document3d.com/index.htm QuadriSpace has a different angle on the equation.
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