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    98 comments  ·  Adobe Dimension: Feature Requests » Modeling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello everyone! Thank you so much for your patience and interest in this idea over the last several years. At Adobe MAX 2018 we demoed a technology called Project Fantastic Fold, and over the last year we’ve been working on bringing that into reality.

    I’m pleased to say we’re opening our first private beta for Project Fantastic Fold, a tool for interactively folding dielines into 3D models.

    The private beta requires you to join the Prerelease. If you’re interested please head to and sign up for the beta program!

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    Chris Tursi commented  · 

    Signed up! Can't wait to have a play

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    Chris Tursi commented  · 

    I can't wait to have a play with that!
    It'd be a nice to have, but probably not essential, to be able to apply different materials to different parts of the design in Dimension. Like adding a UV gloss to a part of the design or foiling.
    Say you work on the design in AI, bring everything into FF and you can switch layer's visibility on or off. And have everything dynamically linked so you can make adjustments to artwork and it's updated across all applications.
    But in any case this looks great.

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    Chris Tursi commented  · 

    Smart object linking would be great, I hadn't even thought of that as an option.
    What I was thinking was, once the dieline had been finalised in Illustrator you could export it out as an EPS or AI file, import it into Felix where you could nominate the fold lines and then get to folding it up not sure if using a smart object would "break" the nominated folds or not? Then adding the artwork you have created in Illustrator or Photoshop as a JPEG or whatever. The additional treatments like UV glossing, foiling and embossing is totally pie in the sky type thinking but it'd be great to have the option. As long as being able to adjust the artwork material treatment like making it a matte, gloss or plastic from the start would be great.
    Thanks for looking into it

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