When I got home, I saw a FedEx package on top of the table. Then, I saw my name on it and it says that it came from Santa Ana, California. I immediately opened the package and voila, it’s the jump drive that I have won in a raffle draw from Cadalyst.
The flash drive has the logo of Cadalyst and on the other side, it has the DWF logo. DWF is Autodesk’s counterpart of PDF. The only difference of DWF with PDF is that it is vector in format. Thus, 3D objects made in Autodesk Inventor can be zoomed in without decreasing the quality of the image. Aside from that, you could also rotate it. The best part of the DWF format is that it maintains a small file size.