SimLab Plugin for SolidEdge Released

SimLab Plugin for SolidEdge
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SimLab Plugin for SolidEdge Released

Postby SimLab » Mon Aug 22, 2011 10:59 am

SimLab Soft releases today SimLab Plugin for SolidEdge.
The new plugin is supported on SolidEdge ST2, ST3 and ST4 (32 and 64 bit)

Installing the pluign will add the following SimLab Ribbon under Add-Ins

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Using the plugin, the user will be able to complete the following tasks from inside SolidEdge:

1- Rendering photorealistic images

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2- Exporting Wavefront OBJ files

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3- Exporting SketchUp files

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4- Exporting models to iPad (opened using the free application SimLab CAD Viewer)

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5- Creating advanced 3D PDF files

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The plugin also enables the user to transfer SolidEdge models to SimLab Composer, to do the following tasks :

1- Creating advanced animations that can be exported as rendered movies or animated 3D PDF files
2- Creating scene states, to show different configurations of models, states are exported to 3D PDF files, and to iPad viewer
3- Assigning advanced rendering materials by dropping materials from the material library

Trial for the new plugin can be downloaded from http://www.simlab-soft.com/3d-plugins/S ... trial.aspx

xedu
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Re: SimLab Plugin for SolidEdge Released

Postby xedu » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:12 pm

Hi,

I am already a Simlab 2.3 user and also a SE user.
Do I have to buy the plugin separate. Or will it be provided for free for Simlab users in the future !

Dirk

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Re: SimLab Plugin for SolidEdge Released

Postby caetoolbox » Fri Aug 26, 2011 1:43 am

Integration will be free for SimLab Composer 2.X users.
You can install the light version of the plugin, it will automatically use your current version of SimLab Composer.

Note: You should update SimLab Composer to the latest version to be able to use the plugin


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