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NX8 to 3D PDF

NX8 to 3D PDF

NX8 to 3D PDF

We recently upgraded from NX5 to NX8 ( With NX5, we could create translucent 3D PDFs using "Adobe pro extended 9" to directly open NX5 files. NX8 is not supported by Adobe pro extended 9. We can still create 3D PDFs from STLs, but they are not translucent.

Does anyone know of any NX8 modules or other applications that can produce translucent 3D PDFs from NX8 files?


RE: NX8 to 3D PDF

i think 3d-tool does it, try the demo and see

NX8.5 - NX9 - NX 10 - NX11

RE: NX8 to 3D PDF

I Am looking into 3d-tools, but adding that for dozens of seats might be cost prohibitive.

Any other suggestions.

RE: NX8 to 3D PDF

maybe they have floating licence or something alike.

NX8.5 - NX9 - NX 10 - NX11

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