First Look: Deep Exploration 4.0

15 Jun, 2006 By: Ron LaFon

Highly recommended Right Hemisphere tool can translate, author and publish graphics to communicate CAD designs, procedures and more


Right Hemisphere has released its new Deep Exploration 4.0 in two versions -- Standard Edition ($149) and CAD Edition ($1,495), which includes eight CAD-related modules that were previously available separately. Deep Exploration CAD Edition translates CAD models into lightweight 2D and 3D graphics, such as technical drawings or animations, for reuse in downstream product communications. We took a hands-on look at the CAD Edition for this review, plus two new plugins, the PMI (Product Manufacturing Information) and PDF Publishing Modules.  Read more >>p>


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