This class will cover how to create and communicate Inventor software design and manufacturing data using 3D PDF documents. We will examine the various options available in Inventor software and how those options affect the creation of 3D PDF files. We will also show how to view, measure, mark up, manipulate, and collaborate using the Adobe Reader. We will explore how to customize your 3D PDF files by creating PDF template files and forms using Adobe Acrobat Pro. Finally, we will show you several examples of 3D PDF files that you can use to communicate with customers, suppliers, and manufacturers. This session features Inventor Professional and AutoCAD.
- Learn how to create 3D PDF files from Inventor models
- Learn how to view and navigate around 3D models using Adobe Reader
- Learn how to mark up, measure, and section 3D models
- Learn how to create custom 3D PDF templates
Phil Spreier is the technical director for the 3D PDF Consortium and a frequent speaker at industry events. For the past 5 years, Spreier has also been a member of the U.S. delegation to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) TC 171/SC 2. This group is responsible for developing the PDF (ISO 32000), PDF/E (ISO 24517), and PRC (ISO 14739) specifications. Spreier is currently the project leader of the ECMAScript for PDF and ECMAScript 3D for PDF ISO standards.