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11/10/2017

3D CAD Viewer Annotates, Analyzes Engineering Data

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ZWsoft’s CADbro 2017 SP1, available from Creative CNC, is a 3D CAD viewer with improved functions to access, annotate and analyze engineering data.

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ZWsoft’s CADbro 2017 SP1, available from Creative CNC, is a 3D CAD viewer with improved functions to access, annotate and analyze engineering data.

With its section view function, the system now shows the section profile in real time. Operators can save section views on the view manager to facilitate search functions. Users can also save or directly export the profile to DWG/DXF, IGES and STEP files.

The product can export a 3D model to PDF with PMI information included, increasing design efficiency and optimizing design interaction. Users can more intuitively view dimensions and annotations on 3D entities, and they can speed the design process with upgraded favorites and file tools. Key words can quickly open a file or search target files. The updated file format filter allows users to view files with either list or table modes.

With its improved export process manager, the software can preset, save and reuse favorite export configurations. Users can now select the desired component from the assembled tree to maximize processing efficiency. The product also enables collaborative cooperation across the web, mobile terminals and design software.

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