Powerful 2D drafting tools are designed specifically for structural designers and die makers. The tools give the user extensive graphical feedback, making ArtiosCAD very precise, yet easy to learn and use. Many of the design tools work automatically, dramatically increasing the productivity of designers. Dynamic Drafting automatically displays horizontal and vertical alignment lines and snaps other points of
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In addition to a suite of user interface enhancements, the Version 5. First, we added the ability to review high resolution graphics, in common formats like Illustrator or PDF, from within the CAD program — already a significant quality control improvement. Then, we provided the capability to apply the graphics to a structure and view the entire package in 3D. Finally, we incorporated animation tools so that users can electronically add movement to the packages they've designed.
For example, they could record the steps for properly folding a box, or for assembling multiple pieces of an in-store display. Then they can replay those steps interactively.
Esko-Graphics' traditional ArtiosCAD converter customers will use the new virtual prototyping features for sales, soft-proofing, approvals, and quality control throughout the packaging development process. The company also expects the 3D presentation features to open new markets for the CAD program that currently dominates the North American folding carton and corrugated industries.
The package contains five modules for building 3D package presentations and custom animations including an extensive library of standard box constructions; a simplified geometry design program; import and export filters for various CAD and graphic file formats; and a 3D rendering and animation engine. Search WhatTheyThink. About WhatTheyThink WhatTheyThink is the global printing industry's leading independent media organization with both print and digital offerings, including WhatTheyThink.
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