Does anyone have any experience using NX to export a JT file to JT2GO?
I have been supplying my shop floor with 3d JT files but there seems to be a major drawback when the user wants to make a measurment on the 3d model in JT2GO, the dimensions only show to 2 decimal places. I would require 4 places and there is no setting to control this, and tips to control through the .ini or some othe background configuration method?
I feel your pain. The cheap/free software used to view JT files are very weak in regards to measuring. I have been researching this off and on for years. The best I have found is using Tetra4d 3DPDF software. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Pro, your cost is $996. You only need to buy this for you, if you are the only one sending designs to the shop floor. ANYONE can read your 3D PDF files with the free adobe reader. They can section, measure, turn assembly components on/off, etc. You can go up to 6 decimal places with Adobe.
Open the file i have attached and click tools, meausure.
To see measurement options click edit, preferences, Measuring 3D
(I am using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC)
Also, the Adobe 3DPDF converter read this UG assembly in and exported a PDF. I do not have to export anything from UG. I don't have to have the design open either. Just open Adobe Acrobat, click create PDF, pick your 3d file, and it opens in Adobe. You then save it as a PDF.