Very well stated LLoyd!

> Brad,
> I understand the sentiment of the Protel viewer by others in the forum. I
> suppose the point that I am trying to make it that Protel is an EDA tool
not
> a 3D CAD package. I don't expect it to be. I use it for what it is
intended,
> not for what is not intended. Ergo, I use the 3D export utility and change
> programs to complete my intention. Similarily, I would not wear a
parachute
> to go SCUBA diving, nor vice versa.  Protel is an EDA package, don't
expect
> it to do your mechanical work. It provides a near useless 3D viewer, yes,
> but if this propagates the usage of another program to which the
transition
> is seamless, then perhaps it has had some use after all. I digress, Protel
> should not expand the 3D viewers functionality, it should embed the export
> utility to a plethora of 3D programs and/or generic transform genres.
STEP,
> IGES etc..
> Regards,
>
>


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