We added a video to our YouTube channel, showing some of the 3DViewStation V2014.2 news: watch english video here
Kisters 3DViewStation Desktop V2014.2 News Video
Kisters 3DViewStation Desktop V2014.1 release
- import of Catia 2D drawings (as is)
- import of Inventor BREP
- import and export of 3DVSXML
- export of 3D-PDF using templates
- export section curves as SVG
- 30 days trial mode for evaluation (without license file)
- undo various operations
- print, 3D + 2D, incl. large format
- exact compare of assemblies (besides quick compare)
- highlight PMI associated feature
- explode parts into faces
- more methods to create coordinate systems, points
- move point to point
- use 3DViewStation as standard PDF viewer, launch 2D-PDF app on demand
- default reading mode: "prefer geometry" instead of "prefer tesselation"
- last release supporting Windows XP
KnowHow: 3DViewStation = 160 converters
Did you know: The Kisters 3DViewStation contains more than 160 converters: i.e. Catia to STEP, NX to 3D-PDF, STEP to Parasolid, JT to 3D-PDF, Creo / ProE to VRML… 3DViewStation reads more than 20 3D-CAD fileformats and allows to tranlsate them into 8 export fileformats.
Find the current list of supported fileformats here.
Markup with 3DViewStation V10 + AdobeReader
A questions rised, how to interoperate with 3DViewStation V10 and Adobe Reader. The following video provides a small demo.
First of all we do open a native CAD or even 3D-PDF-assembly in 3DViewStation. Then we apply a few dimensions, annotations and balloons and save the result as 3D-PDF. We then add another markup using Adobe Reader.