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Autodesk Introduces Autodesk Streamline 3 Collaboration Tools for Shop Floor and Purchasing Managers

Autodesk Streamline 3 Functionality Includes Assembly Instructions, Bill of Material, and Property Viewing Capabilities (December 17, 2001)
Autodesk announced the availability of Autodesk Streamline 3, the latest release of its hosted collaboration service designed for small and midsize manufacturers to instantly share design information across extended manufacturing teams. The Autodesk Streamline 3 service delivers new functionality that lets purchasing and shop floor managers get access to the most up-to-date design and product information quickly and easily, helping them engage earlier in the design process with greater accuracy and fewer mistakes. Key enhancements in Autodesk Streamline 3 include the ability to create interactive assembly instructions, new bill of material (BOM) viewing and manipulation functionality, and part and assembly property viewing capabilities that can be fully customized according to user needs.

"Autodesk Inventor software does a great job of building a design environment that's real and movable. The Autodesk Streamline service allows us to distribute the information to the people who need it in a manner that's personalized to their requirements as well as their ability to understand -- it democratizes the use of this engineering data," said Jason McNamara, CAD applications engineer at J.S. McNamara Co. "The biggest advantage of using Autodesk Streamline is communication with our customers, communication to the people on the shop floor, and easy access to design information through the Internet."



New Functionality in Autodesk Streamline 3

Autodesk Streamline 3 helps members of the extended manufacturing design team communicate and collaborate, saving time and money. New functionality includes the following:

Assembly Instructions that allow the users to create fully interactive 3D instructions, providing a clear and concise manner in which to communicate with manufacturing, assembly shop floor personnel, and field maintenance technicians, and customers who are assembling or disassembling products. In addition, these animations can be used during sales presentations or made available to customers anytime by accessing Autodesk Streamline.

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