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Creating Interactive 3D PDFs with Acrobat 3D and the Right Hemisphere PDF Publishing Module

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  1. Change the default Surface Deviation from .5 to .05. This will create more polygons from the CAD solid geometry by increasing the tessellation. This increase of polygons will make the 3D model look better, but will require an extra step of optimization which will be covered later. Click > OK.

Imported piston assembly.

  1. Right Click in Viewport and Select > Select All. The Viewport is the area shown above with the four images.
  2. Right Click in the Menu Area and Select > CAD Tools.

Reduce Model tool button.

  1. Select the Reduce Model Icon from CAD Tools menu.
  2. Click > Process from the Reduce Model Dialogue Box.

Reduce Model dialog.

Notice that the current 3D scene has 39,190 triangles/polygons. The function of this tool is to reduce the amount of polygons down as low as possible, but retain the visual fidelity of the model. This process will optimize the 3D file to be as small as possible inside the PDF similar to setting the pixel resolution of a 2D raster image.

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