Company A has bought out a product line from Company B.
Company A uses SW. Company B uses Inventor.
Company A wants to be able to open Inventor Drawing and print out hard
Need to do this for about 60 drawings.
Product is pretty well defined and will not neet any changes done to it
for a long time.
Question: Without purchasing a seat of Inventor, how does Company A
open and print out Inventor drawings for archival purposes?
There are several programs that read and print multiple file formats
including Inventor. I believe they are less expensive than Inventor, but
I'm not certain of the pricing.
Since you only have about 60 drawings, you might be better off hiring a firm
with Inventor to create pdfs of all the drawings.
I was kind of hoping Volo View or equivalant could do this (read free).
In a perfect world E-drawings would be able to do this :)
Unless another option presents its self I will probable have to resort
to your suggestion.
Why not contract someone to print them for you? Convert to PDF for your
records? Has to be cheaper than a seat of INV and you not supporting the
jolly green giant!
PS I have INV (bundled with MDT, which we keep current for old legacy stuff
and our electrical guy).
Every Inventor DVD comes with a free Inventor viewer for viewing and
printing native Inventor data. Company B should be able to get this to
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