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    The new name is "realvue3dpackager" I'll try it, looks nice!

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    I have Artlantis for Mac I can upload if any wants it.
    Quote Originally Posted by yapadmal View Post
    RealPro 3D Packager
    http://www.realpro3dpackager.com/

    Similar to Studio from Esko but... not Esko, and that is a good news

    You can produce 3D pdf, movies, jpg and a portable file format, usable with a free viewer or a plugin for web browser.

    It work with Illustrator, where you manage the arrk and dieline, and inside the soft itself for folding settings, substrate choice, varnish, foiling, and much more.
    With the timeline, you can do many combinations of folding angles on the same segment to produce amazing presentations.

    Sorry no crack or serial but RealPro Packager even ine demo, worth the try.

    I love it.

    30 day demo request on the website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegopinha View Post
    The new name is "realvue3dpackager" I'll try it, looks nice!
    [URL="http://www.printroot.com/forum/f27/who-can-give-me-some-detailed-comments-realvue-3d-packager-17211/#post74286"]I just demo'd version 1.2.0, I commented on my experience here.[/URL]

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    see the demo video look like FoldUp 3D
    nice software i like it

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    Cinema 4d and vray beats everything if you've got it and know how to use it. Wouldn't buy just for that though unless 3d realisation is the only thing you do. As its very expensive package.

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    Packaging in cinema 4d

    my friend, I would love to create packages in cd4, but can not find a tutorial for how to model (make the folds properly). seems difficult to me. I have some experience.
    Manolo, from Campinas - Sao Paulo - Brazil - if you know any CD4 packaging tutorial please:

    [email protected]

    thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandu951 View Post
    my friend, I would love to create packages in cd4, but can not find a tutorial for how to model (make the folds properly). seems difficult to me. I have some experience.
    Manolo, from Campinas - Sao Paulo - Brazil - if you know any CD4 packaging tutorial please:

    [email protected]

    thank you very much
    Yea its a hard learning curve but its easier to learn than 3ds max. As for tutorials i'm sure you can import illustrator cutter guides into it and assemble it in C4D. After you've added material thickness and substrate of course. As you can save illuatrator files to 3d and cad files in export.

    Lynda.com has got some cracking beginner to advanced essentials courses you could try only $25 to learn them all if you fit them all in your first month.


    I forgot to mention that's what i'm going to start learning shortly so i'll let you know how i get on going to work my way through lynda.com to start with anyway seems the best option.

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    Looks interesting, I'll have to give it a try... thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yapadmal View Post
    RealPro 3D Packager
    http://www.realpro3dpackager.com/

    Similar to Studio from Esko but... not Esko, and that is a good news

    You can produce 3D pdf, movies, jpg and a portable file format, usable with a free viewer or a plugin for web browser.

    It work with Illustrator, where you manage the artwork and dieline, and inside the soft itself for folding settings, substrate choice, varnish, foiling, and much more.
    With the timeline, you can do many combinations of folding angles on the same segment to produce amazing presentations.

    Sorry no crack or serial but RealPro Packager even ine demo, worth the try.

    I love it.

    30 day demo request on the website.
    Thanks alot!

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    I was looking for this, thank you!

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    thanks

    helpful tutorials

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    useful

    thanks this seems very useful and professional

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    Seems very handy. But it doesn't seem to work with shrink sleeves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yapadmal View Post
    RealPro 3D Packager
    http://www.realpro3dpackager.com/

    Similar to Studio from Esko but... not Esko, and that is a good news

    You can produce 3D pdf, movies, jpg and a portable file format, usable with a free viewer or a plugin for web browser.

    It work with Illustrator, where you manage the artwork and dieline, and inside the soft itself for folding settings, substrate choice, varnish, foiling, and much more.
    With the timeline, you can do many combinations of folding angles on the same segment to produce amazing presentations.

    Sorry no crack or serial but RealPro Packager even ine demo, worth the try.

    I love it.

    30 day demo request on the website.
    3D Max Studio

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    Cool, thanks.

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