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Comparing NX drawings with PDF drawing

Comparing NX drawings with PDF drawing

Comparing NX drawings with PDF drawing

Is there anyway to compare NX drawings with PDF drawings? Like visual Overlay command.
I'm using NX 8.5...
Help me please Regarding this...

Thanks & Regards
V. Muruganand

RE: Comparing NX drawings with PDF drawing

Years ago we used to be able to do this, since the Vismock up and the teamcenter viewer overlay is really good, we have stopped using the PDF overlay. If you google PDF overlay compare you will get some hits. Also you can use the track drawing changes that was introduced in NX8 or NX8.5 which works really nice which has an overlay also.

years ago we used a Adobe acrobat writer, to do our compares with. I can not find the functionality in the Adobe Acrobat we have today.

RE: Comparing NX drawings with PDF drawing

Thank you so much. Now I have an idea to do that.

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