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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

3D PDF Converter for Revit Pre-Release Program

Tetra 4D is releasing a Revit 3D PDF Converter plugin. This will be a paid release (it won't be free), so I personally am not too excited about it.

If you are looking for a Free way to create 3D PDFs from Revit, check out:
Create 3D PDF files from Autodesk Revit for free

Create Adobe 3D PDF directly from Autodesk 3D DWF

Here is the info on the 'pre-release'.  Tetra claim that participants will be entitled to purchase the plug-in at a discounted price - I think the truthfulness of that statement remains to be seen.  From the Tetra 4D website:

Tetra 4D is pleased to announce the upcoming PRE-RELEASE of 3D PDF Converter™ for Revit®. Running as an integrated plug-in to Revit, 3D PDF Converter for Revit will enable users to directly publish interactive, 3D PDF files directly from Revit 3D models, which can then be distributed to and viewed by anyone who has the free Adobe® Reader®. This pre-release will be made available to a limited number of participants willing to participate in evaluation of the software and feedback on the product to our product development team. All participants will be entitled to purchase the software at deeply discounted price! Terms will be made available to selected participants upon selection notification.

To be considered for participation, please click here: 3D PDF Converter™ for Revit® PRE-RELEASE Registration Form

Announcing the 3D PDF Converter for Revit Pre-Release Program

1 comment:

  1. There are many, many tools that operate in this ‘collaboration’ space. 3D PDF Revit offers distribution of lightweight models without the need to download large viewers and, the product outrivals in its ability to host design sessions with a shared, coordinated shared view.
    This is actually the true meaning of collaboration as it allows geographically challenged teams to see and hear the same things. The product is set to get even better with a Full version in January 2012. 3DA Systems Inc. along with Tetra4D are offering a solution with the 3D PDF Revit Collaborate as a great example of how Adobe PDF can benefit the design community.