The latest version of EskoArtwork’s ArtiosCAD structural design software for corrugated packaging and folding cartons is said to provide easier design features, more realistic views of packaging against backgrounds and extensive support for new operating systems and applications.
ArtiosCAD 7.3 has a number of new design features to simplify tasks and save time. The main improvements focus on four general areas: tools to make it even easier to work and navigate within ArtiosCAD; a focus on maintaining open access on a number of operating systems and within environments such as laptop and dual-monitor use; tools that make it even easier to place 3D images onto a background in perspective; and a new module to design ejection rubber profiles.
EskoArtwork has further enhanced the ‘background image’ feature that lets users place their 3D structural designs in a store ‘environment’. New tools in ArtiosCAD 7.3 help the user create more realistic views with a range of control functions that allow the brand owner to see a very realistic view of how a product will look on the store shelves before time and money is invested in packaging samples.
Combined with a Kongsberg table, designs can be sent immediately to the cutting table to automatically create the cutting profiles—using a dry process that allows the profiles to be used for the production of cutting profiles, without delay. A company can save considerable time and money, without the need to cut designs manually, it is claimed.
ArtiosCAD 7.3 also has expanded functionality in its 3D Designer for viewing and reports. For example, with a simplified process, PDF files of reports can contain a ‘3D’ window in which to place an interactive 3D model.
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