Geometric Ltd.'s eDrawings
Professional for Solid Edge version 8.0 with support for Solid Edge ST3 and
eDrawings 2011 is an email enabled collaboration tool designed to ease the
sharing and interpretation of 2D and 3D product design data.? ?
The new version
of eDrawings Professional for Solid Edge includes:
Solid Edge ST3
Stamp feature with additional support for PNG and TIFF file format
version upgraded to eDrawings 2011
Move/Constrain component movement to a coordinate axis or plane, or to rotate
components about a coordinate axis
Search or Filter
component names from the components tree
eDrawings Publishers you can:
compact eDrawings (up to 95 percent compressed) for sharing over email
Share and receive
feedback on product designs with review-enabled eDrawings and collaborate with
unlimited number of recipients
and merge comments from different team members
assembly and drawing geometry
Cross Sectioning and Hide/Show/Move components for understanding assembly
drawings effectively with 3D Data, Layouts and 3D Pointer tool
Password Protect and Disable Measurement for protecting sensitive design data
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