Other 3d Apps and content below
Rotatable (3d environment) for your iPhone and iPad (and 3d PDF’s for your PC)
FREE 3d content you can download to your iPad or iPhone (downloads are farther down the page). These instructions apply to Windows, although mac instructions should be roughly the same. There are also 3d PDF’s of the same scenes that can be run on a PC with the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat.
Step 1: With your Device CONNECTED to your computer, Open iTunes (if it doesn’t open automatically) and in the App Store, search for SimLab CAD Viewer for either the iPhone or iPad and download it (it’s FREE).
Step 2: Synchronize your iPhone/iPad to transfer the app to your Device.
Search iTunes for Simlab App
Download (and scan with your anti-virus software) any of the files listed below.
Mustang iPhone/iPad file here.
Shooting scene iPhone/iPad file here.
Charger iPhone/iPad file here.
Lumbar Spine iPhone/iPad file here.
Open the Mustang 3d PDF file in your Browser (not Safari) here.
Open the shooting scene 3d PDF file in your Browser (not Safari) here.
Open the Charger 3d PDF file in your Browser (not Safari) here.
Open the Lumbar Spine 3d PDF file in your Browser (not Safari) here.
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Transferring the files to your iPhone or iPad
Select your device on the left
Scroll down to the file sharing area
Open the directory you copied the files to, select them ALL and drag them into the “CAD Viewer Documents” area. Your device will automatically sync the files with iTunes and make them available on your device.
Drag files into the CAD Viewer
Open the “CAD Viewer” App on your device (icon looks like two gears) and you will be presented with a screen listing the files you have available to view.
Click the name of the file you installed.
After Clicking the name of the file you installed and you will see the loading splash screen. NOTE: You may need to close some Apps on your phone if you get a memory warning. This happens mainly on the 3Gs, and we have never seen it on the iPhone 4.
When the scene loads there are not any lights enabled. Click the Light Bulb icon at the top and choose your level of illumination from the pop-up icon menu. You can also change the background color, by clicking the Grey square icon.
Once the App is loaded and you have your illumination adjusted, you can navigate the scene by these instructions:
Single Finger: Will rotate around the center of the Scene
Two Fingers: Will allow you to Pan around in the scene.
Two Fingers (or your thumbs): Place your thumbs on the screen and move them apart to zoom in.
Moving them together will Zoom out…
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