Jürgen Wagner was the first to respond to my post entitled Internal Autodesk Contest: Looking for cool DWF files for Autodesk Freewheel. Jürgen supplied me with a DWF file that was so fun, I immediately shared it internally. You can see Jürgen's file and play with the knobs by panning, zooming, orbiting, etc. Click on the image below to interact with Jürgen's file using Autodesk Freewheel.
It put a smile on everyone's face immediately.
Jürgen Wagner is an Application Engineer at the Dressler GmbH in Friedrichshafen. He hosts his own blog for Autodesk Inventor Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). When providing answers, Jürgen consults with his colleague, Mathias Ziegler, a technical draftsman who has worked with Autodesk Inventor since Inventor 8 as well as other favorite CAD programs. In addition to the Sponge Bob DWF, Jürgen provided the following URLs:
- Autodesk Inventor FAQ
- Euer Feedback ist gefragt: Suchen in 3D Texten in einer DWF?
- Autodesk Freewheel YouTube Video
Jürgen is also an AUGI Forum Moderator. Check it out. Thanks Jürgen.
P.S. Originally I had Jürgen's file integrated right into this blog posting. This worked fantastic with Internet Explorer and Firefox; however, HTML <iframe> tags do not work with RSS feeds. So I created a screen capture of his file in Freewheel and used it with a hyperlink to a separate page that contains the iframe. So with one extra click, readers of this blog who use RSS get the same experience. Does anyone know what I could have done for extra credit that would have been cooler?