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PDF3D Announces Extra 3D PDF Features for Engineers in V2.8 Release

September 09, 2013

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PDF3D version 2.8.0 is now available and incorporates new 3D PDF features for engineers. Driven by the technical needs of the scientific and engineering communities, the latest PDF3DŽ 2.8.0 release from Visual Technology Services enhances and adds new features to the 3D PDF family of products with specific focus on 3D reporting.

PDF3D software is actively used worldwide for technical 3D workflows in life sciences, marine, civil, environmental engineering projects, earth resource exploration, numerical modeling, and general scientific data visualization reporting. The new release V2.8 includes updates to ReportGen, plugins and the software developer toolkit PDF3D-SDK ( www.pdf3d.com). Geospatial engineering features have also been added to include KML, GeoTIFF and GeoVRML for improved reporting. Enterprise and commercial integration partners will find extended parameters for refined rich document control during batch production, as well as many internal improvements requested by users including:

  • Improved NURBS Smooth Surface control
  • Large 3D Point Cloud simplification
  • Improved View, Light, Interaction for 3D scenes
  • Multi-language support including Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian and Spanish.

A full press release can be viewed as a PDF on the PDF 3D website,/p>

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