Altium is scheduled to release a new documentation workflow available exclusively in their flagship PCB design platform, Altium Designer 16.1. Draftsman provides PCB designers with a unified documentation solution with customizable drawing views, documentation templates, and a fully complete design to documentation workflow in Altium Designer 16.1. Engineers interested in learning about all of the new features in Draftsman can view the Altium Designer 16.1 website.
Documentation is a critical element of every post-design process, and designers frequently struggle with limited, 3rd-party documentation tools that lack a connection to their original design. Draftsman links directly to a designer’s PCB data, making it easy to create and update assembly documentation directly within a design workspace without ever having to import or export files between third party solutions. With Draftsman, PCB designers can:
- Avoid Third-Party Tools – Create and update assembly documentation without having to waste time importing and exporting design files among multiple tools.
- Communicate Better – Quickly communicate design intent to manufacturing with easy-to-use design markup and drawing object tools.
- Define Their Details – Provide detailed perspectives on design intent with flexible board views with expressive call-outs.
All of these features and more are available directly within a PCB designer’s workspace in the unified environment of Altium Designer 16.1. With a fully unified solution for both design and documentation, engineers can stay efficient without having to add another software package and interface to their existing electronics design workflow.
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