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The benefits of 3D PDF- Free 5 min download

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Theorem Solutions recently ran a 5 minute presentation on the benefits of 3D PDF.

If you missed it you can download it here

It’s a little known fact that using interactive 3D PDF documentation improves the quality of internal and external communications. Utilising your existing technology, you can create incredibly rich documents by embedding 3D models into existing PDF files that can be read by anyone with a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone as long as they have access to the ubiquitous Adobe Reader.

Using the Adobe toolbar, you can manipulate and view the data in a way that is applicable to you. The 3D PDF has the capability for the document to be annotated and can also act as a ‘carrier’ file for additional data to be transported (such as spreadsheets, AVI Movies, hyperlinks, as well as native CAD data) to create a richer file and source of information.
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Theorem are hosting a ‘Using 3D PDF in Engineering and Manufacturing’ Seminar

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Theorem Solutions are hosting a seminar covering the topic: Using 3D PDF in Engineering and Manufacturing at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry, UK on Wednesday 11th November 2015.

The focus of the seminar is to discuss the emerging use of the 3D PDF format within an organisation and throughout their supply chains and how using the 3D PDF document format can revolutionise this process.

Sharing CAD design data usually requires the recipient to have access to the relevant CAD system and an understanding of how to read the data. This however, is not always the case, especially when data needs to be shared between non-engineering/design related departments.
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Engineering and Design departments can benefit from using Publish 3D

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

In every product lifecycle process design data and product information need to be shared. Almost every department within an organisation (with the exceptions of HR and Accounting) will need to discuss the product with someone at some point along the process, whether it’s with another department or external suppliers.

It used to be that engineers who designed products in CAD systems would struggle to share the CAD data with those in other departments, as specialist training and software systems would often be needed, which could be expensive, but the ability to share 3D product data with non CAD users both internally and externally is important because it reduces ambiguity and therefore aids communication.

Most of us are familiar with receiving documents in a PDF format, such as phone bills, tickets and brochures, and then viewing them in Adobe Reader, which is installed on pretty much every device as standard. So why not find a way to send the CAD data in a similar format that is as easily accessible?
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