Structural 3D PDF
Structural Engineering refers to every component involved in the construction of a structure. This includes research, planning, design, construction, inspection, monitoring, maintenance, restoration, and demolition of permanent or temporary structures, structural systems, and any components involved with the structure. Structural engineering also refers to technical, economical, environment, aesthetic, and social aspects of a structure. When we say structure, we refer to buildings, bridges, in-ground structures, frameworks, and spacing (including space for motor vehicles, ships, airplanes, cranes etc.).
Structural engineers prepare calculations and drawings to ensure the structure is strong and will not collapse under any circumstances. The most common structures are buildings and bridges, but tunnels, silos, mining structures, and large tanks also fit into a structural engineer’s portfolio. These engineers work in teams and are an extremely key figure in how a structure is build. This includes procedure and order. Through research and the testing of both form and material, new solutions are developed which promote safer, more environmentally friendly buildings and structures, while also using appropriate materials efficiently.
Working with architects, builders, mechanics, electric engineers and chemical engineers, structural engineers ensure that all parts of the structure are safe and capable of fulfilling their function.
3D BIM Technology
3D PDF Converter for Revit® is an integrated software working within the Revit® environment that enables users to publish rich, interactive, 3D PDF files that are significantly smaller than the original Revit® 3D models. The software uses the Adobe® 3D Technology as a one button file conversion that is easily exchangeable and viewed with the free Adobe® Reader. The converter is available individually or bundled with Adobe® Acrobat® XI Pro full version or upgrade.
The 3D PDF Converter for Revit® connects the extensive Building Information Modeling (BIM) community for the first time with a Revit® plug-in that supports data sharing using 3D PDF based on the PRC file format. The software uses the same native technology used by Adobe® to create and consume 3D PDF files, ensuring that data generated from Revit® design has guaranteed compatibility to Adobe® Acrobat® and Adobe® Reader. The result is accurate, data-rich 3D models that are up to 97% smaller than the original Revit® file.
This trialware version will expire in 30 day(s), we hope that this trial allows you to get familiar with 3DA’s 3D PDF Converter for Revit® and encourages you to use it on a daily basis. For helpful hints please refer to our 3DA Systems YouTube channel for tutorial tips and tricks.