SimLab 3D PDF exporter for Rhino enables Rhino users to share their 3D models in 3D PDF format. The Template Designer enables users to create stunning templates easily, and use them in the exported 3D PDF files. Sample templates are included, and they can be customized in just few clicks to reflect the spirit of a product. To learn more about the pluguin download the brochure
The plugin is supported on Rhino 4 and 5, 32 and 64 bit.
Share 3D PDF files on the web, select any template to generate an HTML file that includes the exported 3D PDF file.
Export Rhino Curves, Polylines, Measurements, Annotations and Units, in 3D PDF format
With this tool, merge a company’s front page –in PDF format– with a 3D PDF model file.
For large scenes with different parts, this navigation tends to update the camera center of rotation according to the part the user is looking at. Changing the navigation system can be done in the 3D Tab of the PDF Settings dialog.
For 3D PDF files with different cameras, a user can select the type of switching between them in the 3D Tab. The first option is Artistic Arrows and the second option is Numbered buttons.
The user is now able to use any language for header/footer texts, object and camera names.
The interface is now available in English, German, French, Italian , and Simplified Chinese.
The ‘Open file after export’ option, makes it easier for users to view the generated 3D PDF files without searching for them.
In Template Designer click File -> Page Size to open its dialog, and set the Resolution for PDF Templates.
This will enable users to export PDF files with higher quality images.
After installing 3D PDF exporter for Rhino plugin, a new SimLab menu will be added to Rhino. Before exporting 3D models to 3D PDF files, a user will need
to choose PDF template to use, and set the other PDF settings. This can be done by clicking SimLab -> PDF Export -> Settings. For more
details about SimLab PDF Settings, please click here.
After setting the required PDF Settings, a user can export Rhino models in 3D PDF format by clicking SimLab -> PDF Export -> Export.