TurboViewer Pro Turns v2.0

IMSI®/Design, the developer of TurboCAD®, the #1 best-selling CAD in retail, today announced TurboViewer™ Pro v2, a professional version of its popular free TurboViewer app for the iPad® and iPhone®.

"Besides a host of new features and enhancements, TurboViewer Pro v2 now supports almost two dozen CAD file formats, more than anyone in the mobile world... even more than most desktop CAD applications," stated Royal Farros, Chairman and CEO of IMSI/Design. "TurboViewer is the fastest, most capable, and only 2D and 3D viewer on the iOS platform."

TurboViewer Pro v2 for the iPad and iPhone now includes:

* Support for 23 industry standard CAD file formats, including .DWG, .DWF, .DXF, .SKP, and PDF in both single and multi-page formats
* Layout support (view model and paper space layouts)
* Custom perspective settings (human eye perspective or specify custom camera lens sizes in mm)
* AutoCAD® SHX font support (view localized or custom SHX fonts)
* True Type font support (improved visual fidelity)
* Tactile sound feedback (confirmation for button and UI item selection)
* Performance, memory, and file conversion optimizations

Viewing File Formats:

* TCW - TurboCAD for Windows
* 2CD- DoubleCAD
* 3DM - Rhino
* 3DS - 3D Studio
* ASAT - ACIS
* CGM - Computer Graphics Metafile
* DCD - DesignCAD
* DGN - Microstation (2D support only)
* DWF - Design Web Format
* DWG - AutoCAD Native Format
* DXF - Drawing eXchange Format
* EPS - Encapsulated Postscript Format
* FCW - FastCAD Windows
* IGS - IGES Drawing
* OBJ - OBJ Drawing
* PDF - Adobe Portable Document Format
* PLT - Hewlett Packard HPGL file
* SAT - ACIS
* SKP - SketchUp
* STEP - STEP
* STL - Stereo Lithography
* STP - STEP
* WRZ - VRML Worlds

For more information, visit: www.IMSIdesign.com/TurboViewer

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