Yet another design application has embraced DWF. IntelliCAD 6.2 includes the ability to export directly to 3D DWF. This is another example that DWF is not Autodesk only. The ability to work with DWF is now in 218 applications from 100 different companies. We have hit the century mark in terms of companies. Autodesk works directly with its DWF Partners on DWF-based applications. Other companies are free to work with DWF on their own uninhibited. The DWF Toolkit can be downloaded from http://www.autodesk.com/dwftoolkit. For a list of applications and companies see:
[For those who missed it, such as R.K. McSwain, the companies who are DWF Partners have a red asterisk after their names. The companies who have a DWF application, but are not partners, do not. You've got to read the fine print. :-) Thanks to R.K. for the opportunity to provide clarification on whom we are working with in terms of the open DWF format.
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