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SE Image Extractor
SolidEdge Automation Tool that easily extracts 2D and 3D drawings into different image formats (bmp, jpg, etc.) for easy integration with 3rd party software. Integrate SolidEdge drawings with your catalogs, websites, assembly instructions and other printed materials.
SE Image Extractor is used as a batch image export for online and off-line catalogs, assembly instructions and other needs.

SE Image Extractor requires a valid license of Solid Edge installed on the same computer.

Let's take a look at the options that are available in SE Image Extractor:

First, you setup paths to your folders with Solid Edge files. (You can even setup multiple folder sets and custom file filters for each folder).
Then, you can setup the default directories to extract images to and whether to save subassembly and part images. You can specify to hide Solid Edge planes option as well.
At the next step you can specify how to render Solid Edge drawing or not (and rendering format), image format to save as (BMP, JPG or TIFF) and image quality (Low, Medium or High). You can also specify default image width and height and whether to fit image to frame.
You can specify how to work with log files and whether to run extraction automatically on program run and even automatically close SE Image Extractor (for scheduled overnight image updates, so you do not have to have a dedicated Solid Edge license to run SE Image Extractor and use a floating one).
SE Image Extractor can work with your files that are managed by SharePoint and Insight. If you can map a network drive directly to Sharepoint, you can run SE Image Extractor on network folders. If you can not do that, download WebDrive software package that will enable your operating system to map remote Sharepoint folders via VPN, Remote Access, WebDAV and even ftp protocols.
Program details
Downloads month: 4
Company: Xpress Software Inc
Release date: 2008-04-18
Version: 3.15.52
License: Shareware
Price: $99.99
Supported OS': Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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