What’s new in ArtiosCAD? - Esko

What’s new in ArtiosCAD?

October 23 2015

ArtiosCAD now offers a much faster workflow for display and multipart packaging projects

Designing multiple part packaging, or POP displays, in a single workspace is very challenging and a bit counter intuitive. That’s why ArtiosCAD offers the possibility to work on complex projects in one single workspace.

  • Design on a single canvas
  • Unique board assignment on each part
  • Unique database information on each part
  • Accessory parts can even be incorporated as non-production parts



Feature Benefit
Design on a single canvas See all POP parts in a single view. Eliminate mistakes of missing single part updates
Unique board assignment on each part Parts with mixed boards can be designed and viewed together
Unique database information on each part Easily identify parts using unique descriptions and attributes



Designing multiple parts of a display in a single workspace

The new Canvas File in ArtiosCAD is a master design template. A designer can create all the pieces on a single canvas and see how they interact.


Designing multiple parts in a single workspace

Single Design Canvas with Parts List

If a display is created, only those parts that require artwork can be sent to the graphic design department – not the entire display, eliminating any possible confusion.


Single Design Canvas with Parts List

Accessory parts are incorporated as non-production parts

It’s possible to add non-design elements such as a pallet for transport or assembly hardware to the workflow, which are then referred to as non-production parts.


Accessory parts are incorporated as non-production parts

Parts Produced on Multiple Substrates Have Unique Settings

ArtiosCAD maintains a unique board assignment for each part. Parts made on mixed substrates can be designed and viewed together.


Parts Produced on Multiple Substrates Have Unique Settings

Each Part has Unique Database Info

Unique database information is stored for each part, making them easy to identify. When parts are output, they can be done so, separately. Moreover, if a separate part file is edited, ArtiosCAD notes the change and allows it to be updated on the master Canvas File.


Each Part has Unique Database Info