We have to often present our designs at Design Review meetings and currently use the Design Review software for this purpose. We have noticed that the Design Review software rendering is a bit poor compared to the actual Inventor assembly file. Is there any other software we can use to show the design, other than Inventor, as we do not have Inventor in the meeting room?
Thanks in advance
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Can you remote into your workstation from the conference room PC? Granted it would be considerable choppy, but then you could fully use Inventor.
Since when does Inventor do 3D PDF's?
If you just want pretty but dumb pictures ShowCase makes some really snazzy images.
For "spinnable" models there's this: http://freewheel.autodesk.com
For better graphics inside Design Review;
From the Home tab click on the down arrow next to View
Then click on the drop down on the lower right (Published Lights) and select Headlamp
You can also click on the down arrow next to Shaded and select Shaded with Edges
3D PDF is awesome, I used it all the time when I ran SolidWorks. However, as far as I know, there is no way to export from Inventor to 3D PDF. If there is a way I'm all ears, because I'd love to be able to use it.
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