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    Prinect Package designer

    engview created a structural design software for heidelberg
    Prinect package designer,an excellent software that have many
    advantage over esko artioscad.
    very easy to learn and to use with nice interface.
    a rich standard library of designs contain of folding cartons and fefco standards and etc.
    www.engview.com
    if anyone need help about this software I can provide it.

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    Can you export Die's in CFF2 for layout apps ?

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    We bougt it with all signa-meta-shooter workflow, maby it's easier but we still using Artios because of it's great cooperation with kongsberg cutting table in prototype making.

    [+] - integration with heidelberg workflow and that's all.

    For me it's too simple. it's new program, maby in few versions ahead... for now esko is like quark for printing 10y ago - it's still good but now there is something better ;)

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    Wink Package Design - Illustrator and Signapackpro

    Signastation with module packing Pro load native arquives from Packaging Design. Signa and packageDesign export to layout aplication (eps layered and others formats)

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    Cff2

    yes... export cff2 and import ... :)

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    I'm still trying to adapt the change from Esko to this one.

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    Artios

    I work on artioscad for 7 years and I know its good and bad sides, but Prinect I mean Engview is from another league. It is a new(old) way to build packaging construcions - non sequencial - it is a playing with puzzles where each puzzle is a part of package.
    the best is - U can build these puzzles by yourself. I did some rebuildable designs in Artios but it is quite frustrating and user unfriendly, only for programer-designer.
    Engview is for anybody with its building abilities.

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    Artioscad

    Quote Originally Posted by haghparast View Post
    engview created a structural design software for heidelberg
    Prinect package designer,an excellent software that have many
    advantage over esko artioscad.
    very easy to learn and to use with nice interface.
    a rich standard library of designs contain of folding cartons and fefco standards and etc.
    www.engview.com
    if anyone need help about this software I can provide it.
    and if anyone need help about Arioscad I can provide it.

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    yes I would like to know how to add more box model in the database for ArtiosCAD

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    more standards

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    yes I would like to know how to add more box model in the database for ArtiosCAD
    I assume you want to add some new standards to your artioscad, you have the files, but you don't know where to add, so they could be seen after you choose menu-file-run a standard?
    copy files to your ArtiosCAD\instlib\ directory (may be there is some *.ard macro files too)
    then go to menu\options\defaults\Style catalog and add where you want - corrugated, carton etc.
    I hope you manage.

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    thank you, I'm going to abuse your kindness
    is there a website where I can download more standard model?

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    standards

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    thank you, I'm going to abuse your kindness
    is there a website where I can download more standard model?
    I don't know such site, but you can try to make your own. I did a few - it is not as hard as it seems. if you are using an old artios - you can try to use new standards from new artios - some may cause problems but worth trying. if you are using some structure many times - it is best idea to program your own standard. there is small lesson at user manual.

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    scary

    i installed it, and it got me scared..... lots of weird options that i don't understand... i wish there is some tutorial that would walk me through the basics...

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    Package Designer has good help. You can use it. There is even movie and step-by-step tutorials.

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    I am not sure is there any function for auto layout in any of CAD software

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