Earlier this week, SYCODE released a set of 8 plug-ins for Adobe Acrobat. The plug-ins work with CAD files and are are designed, variously, to import them to or export them from Adobe Acrobat.
"Although Adobe Acrobat has the ability to read a good number of CAD file formats, it lacks support for a few popular formats such as Rhinoceros 3DM," explains Deelip Menezes, Founder and CEO of SYCODE. "Moreover, Acrobat’s file export capabilities are not as extensive as its import capabilities. Noticeably, it cannot save data from a 3D PDF file to the world most popular CAD format -- DWG. The Acrobat plug-ins we are releasing today go a long way in eliminating these limitations and make Adobe Acrobat fit into a company’s workflow in a more efficient manner."
Added to the company's two existing data exchange plug-ins, SYCODE's full range now comprises 10 products, each priced at US$195. For more information or a breakdown of the new products, check out the full press release.
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