I am currently using the 30-day tryout version of Acrobat 3D together with Pro/Engineer WF 2.0 M050. According to Adobe (quick search on Google), this product is "unsupported" with Acrobat 3D. However, I have read on some forums that people were successful in using Pro/Engineer WF 2.0 with Acrobat 3D.
When I attempt to do a "screen capture" of a Pro/Engineer part, I get an error (program crash) message titled "r3du3dExe". However, back on the Acrobat 3D application, a new dialog appears, as it attempts to import the 3D geometry (as if no error had occured). When, I accept the settings in this dialog, a PDF appears with a thin plane without the object that was attempted to be captured.
Did anybody run into this problem and find a fix for it? Any special settings I need to apply to either Pro/E or Acrobat 3D to get this working?
Thanks in advance.
-Adam Joseph Cook, Mechanical Engineer