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Export to light, viewable file.

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11-02-2012 03:59 AM


I have a question which I don't know the easer to so I hope you guys can help me. 


I have a factory in 3D in inventor 2012 and I need a lighter faster version of the model for viewing purposes with a customer. 
I have thought a bout 3DPDF however, we need to make sections of the model to show different parts. So another option is dwf(x) but I think that is still too clumsy. 

I really don;t know which way to go. Do we stick with a 3DPDF file that has limited options or do we need to do an export to dwf that takes long and that is very unstable.


What to do!


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