I want know about to the question "Is it possible to export the Exploded view in the 3D PDF ". Please the suggest the possible solution for this.
No but you can create a configuration with the parts in exploded state (created using move parts option or distance/angle mates) and then export that as 3d PDF.
Where can I find option to save as my 3d assembly to 3d pdf format?
I can't see it.
Please for help.
When you choose pdf, there is a checkbox near the bottom left corner to save as 3D.
Welcome to SolidWorks forums Grzegorz.
Here is method: How to make a 3D PDF out of SolidWorks
Thank you Ian and Deepak,
I have another problem: I need to provide 3d model to customer but I don't want to let him viewing parts sepatately.
Is it any way to make an assembly like one solid model and export it to 3d pdf?
Use Defeature for Assemblies and then save that as 3d PDF.
I need something like "Speedpak" from Solidworks but exported to 3d pdf.
All components should be merged and indivisible (When I made "save as part" all components are in the tree).
When you do save as part, pick the option "Exterior faces only". Then the file will have only exterior faces and no inner details.
Thank you Deepak,
Unfortunatelly save as with option "Exterior faces only" doesn't work good.
There is lack of some surfaces (modeld were made in sheetmetal).
Thank you for support,
Well best option might be then to use defeature tool in the assembly, then save that assy as Part and finally 3d PDF.
How about saving out as a single part and then saving that as an IGS or STP as an intermediate stage. Then when you import that you'll lose some of that information? I always seem to end up with a series of orphan parts that are combinations of bodies that would prevent an outsider from interpretting where one parts ends and another begins.
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