Streamlining manufacturing workflows with advanced technical illustration tools
August 25th, 2020 – 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. The technical documentation process is a case in point.
The Closing Bulletin
July 29th, 2020 – Writing for Digital Bulletin, Canvas GFX CEO Pat Hume argues that technology is neglecting some of its most capable talent because of ageism, and outlines how this must be tackled.
Manufacturing Machinery World
Canvas X³ 3D technical illustration solution chosen to drive key workflow efficiencies
July 10th, 2020 – The management team at MGI turned to Canvas X3 after becoming frustrated at the laborious and inefficient process of having CAD engineers provide endless product screenshots from CAD packages and provide them as images for inclusion in key documentation.
Ageism, the silent career killer?
July 6th, 2020 – More experienced members of the workforce have a broader perspective on how technology has had an impact over time, truly value the benefits of technology and can offer sharp insights into how it can be effectively leveraged. This demographic also understands how technology has made a difference to our daily lives and where it could still be improved.
Corel adds professional tools for technical documentation with broad support
We asked 12 Boston startups about their diversity efforts
June 11th, 2020 – The company represents 13 nationalities and one third of the team are people of color; one out of five team leaders are people of color, too. Hume also noted that her company is working on diversity beyond race as well: She is a female tech CEO in her 60s, and the company has female leaders in sales, sales engineering, finance and fulfillment.
June 6th, 2020 – Technical illustration software provider Canvas GFX worked with Boston-based design agency Matter7 to create a fresh brand identity, which includes a new website and visual identity to mark the next phase of the Canvas story as an independent organization with fresh investment and new leadership. The new visual identity can be viewed as two or three dimensional, reflecting the ability of Canvas software to import and handle both 2D and 3D image files. The hexagon symbolises balance and structural stability.
Canvas GFX launches remote learning subscription program for education
April 23rd, 2020 – Canvas GFX stands out for its contemporary CAD literacy and its inclusion of GIS content creation tools. As design and engineering industries come together, Canvas GFX has technology that’s right in the middle of the scrum.
3D Files Meet 2D Views with Canvas X³ CADComposer
January 7th, 2020 – We were blown away by the user friendliness of Canvas X³’s ability to focus on 2D views of 3D files. There are numerous applications for this program, especially for creating assembly guides and maintenance documents. It bridges the gap between technical and marketing… Clear diagrams that would appeal to general audiences can be created with ease.