Envision evCreator comes loaded with intuitive 2D graphics tools perfect for creating precise technical illustrations
Envision evCreator gives technical creatives the autonomy to work with 2D graphics, images and 3D CAD models in a single, intuitive application. No more switching between different apps for different uses, and no more delays caused by reliance on engineering teams for 3D model screenshots.
Envision evCreator is a powerful graphics application* combining 2D drawing and image editing with 3D model handling for creating technical illustrations, product visualizations, animations, charts, text and more. The evCreator handles the preparation of every visual asset you need to add to your instructional content - as well as the creation of end-to-end documents.
Canvas Envision’s Design Review capability makes it easy for every stakeholder to access and review critical product information, including 2D drawings, 3D models, images, and more.
All stakeholders are able to access and view designs in the Envision cloud, including fully interactive 3D models, and add mark-ups, comments, suggestions and requirements.
Perfect for distributed teams and organizations.
Democracy makes essential things available to everyone who needs them. It gives everyone the power to contribute to, and influence, large and important outcomes.
Within an organization, data democratization is no different. By making critical product information available to every qualified person who needs it, and giving them the ability to visualize, communicate, and collaborate using that data, you empower them. Freshly empowered, they are better able to contribute to the movement of the organization towards its own important outcomes.
With Canvas Envision, you can democratize your product data, making it, Accessible, Understandable, and Actionable.
Interactive digital work instructions are proven to drive faster learning and task completion, and reduce errors in manufacturing and MRO processes (read more about that here).
But if your organization is one of the 28% of U.S. manufacturing firms still relying on hard copy documentation – or among the many others using PDF, Word, or Powerpoint docs, evolving to interactive digital work instructions can seem a tall order.
This article looks at the most important things technical authors and content creators need to consider when approaching a shift to interactive digital instructions.