PDF3D Launches New Website & Online Knowledge Centre For Users

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3D conversion software developers PDF3D have officially launched their new website and mobile responsive knowledge centre today for the engineering communities. The pdf3d.com site is expected to attract worldwide interest from professionals working with complex 3D models and data.

PDF3D, leaders in 3D PDF conversion and publishing tools, have today pushed the button on the launch of their eagerly awaited new website and knowledge centre, which has been designed to help users get more out of the software, and a deeper understanding of the collaboration, cost and storage benefits that come from converting complex 3D data into 3D PDF.

The new mobile friendly site includes a wealth of indexed, interactive 3D PDF examples used in engineering, manufacturing, geospatial and earth science industries. The knowledge centre also houses a growing number of technical documents, How-To videos and ‘Did You Know’ articles that put a spotlight on some unexpected features within PDF3D tools. The company plans to launch a new series of eBooks, webinars and blogs in the coming months to help engineers across industry to use 3D PDF in their professions more effectively.

“It’s been some time since we re-did our website because we spend all of our time developing our software for our clients,” explained Ian Curington of PDF3D. “But we appreciate that we receive a lot of visitors to our site and so wanted to improve the user experience for them too. This new site is an evolving project which we plan to build on extensively moving forward.”

With the launch of the website comes a more robust and secure delivery system for new customers wishing to download free trials of ReportGen, SDK and XML Server, and the popular PDF3D in PowerPoint plugin. The new Cloud storage delivery mechanism allows for easy download restarts.

Download requests and all information within the knowledge centre can be accessed by all. Visit http://www.pdf3d.com to learn more.

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