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What do you like about Imageware

What do you like about Imageware

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Let start things off with a positive topic. What do you like about Imageware?

I like the small files sizes. I had an Imageware file that I took into I-deas. It grew from 750k to 15 megs. Then the Iges file was 50 megs.

The environment maps are nice. most cad packages make you go into a separate program to render. In Imageware you just click on an icon and can keep working on the surface.

RE: What do you like about Imageware

where can download some demo.*.avi on imageware surface?

RE: What do you like about Imageware

I think they did pretty good job putting the help file together.  I have tried it in different releases of the Imageware and it is pretty good (at least comparing to the PTC help file.

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