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Create 3D-PDF from CAD-Modell with in memory data

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Mar 08, 2021 Mar 08, 2021

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I would like to create a 3D-PDF from a CAD-System via C++. My plan is to create it with data I get from the CAD-System (coordinates of triangles etc.). 

I would like to know if the Acrobat SDK can do the following:

  1. Creating a scene:
    -Create a mesh using tessellated  surfaces (as triangles) from CAD-Model (coordinates of the verticies and how they align)
    -Assign appearance attributes to that surface
    -Add different views
    -Add 3D-Annotations
  2. Convert the scene
    - Convert the scene to a U3D model
  3. Export the model as 3D PDF
    - Export the U3D model into a PDF as a 3D
    - Manipulate the document -> size of the displayed area of the 3D-Model etc.
    - Add buttons
    - Add Java-script 

In a nutshell: I would like to know if I can create a scene, convert this scene to U3D and export it into a 3D PDF with Acrobat SDK or any SKD from adobe.


I welcome every response to this post. sorry if I have expressed myself unclearly. Thanks in advance!

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