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Canvas X³ – Creating technical documentation 50% faster

Canvas X³ has been adopted by 3D food printing pioneer BeeHex which started life trying to solve the problem of how to feed astronauts on deep space missions and evolved to serve commercial bakeries

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Technical Content Creation: The Worst Workarounds

Like most tasks in the workplace, creating effective visual technical content is a lot easier when you have the best tools for the job. Otherwise you'll be forced into awkward workarounds. Here are some we've encountered.

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Technical Illustration Workflows and the New Normal

If we are to look for an upside to the significant negative impact of COVID-19 on the manufacturing sector, perhaps one option could be that companies will be driven to reassess established workflows and find new and better ways of managing essential processes.

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13x improvement in speed for Canvas X³ plus DWF and Revit compatibility

We’re excited to announce the latest version of our macOS technical illustration and graphic design product, Canvas X Draw.

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We have a Wynner – Jim Wynne, Graphic Artist

The Art of Canvas competition winner and multi-discipline artist Jim Wynne talks to us about his use of Canvas over the years to create precise, intricate and highly realistic drawings.

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Now you can print your cake and eat it

Canvas X³ has been adopted by 3D food printing pioneer BeeHex which started life trying to solve the problem of how to feed astronauts on deep space missions and evolved to serve commercial bakeries

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Austere Environments: Technical Docs and Challenges in the U.S. Navy

We speak to Commander Carl Cringle of the US Navy, about the challenges he has faced managing critical repairs and technical documentation on a range of ships including the Navy’s fleet of $11bn aircraft carriers.

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