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12/22/2011

Inspection Report Automation, Ballooning Tool

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Extensible CAD Technologies offers InspectionXpert for Pro/Engineer.

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Extensible CAD Technologies offers InspectionXpert for Pro/Engineer, an inspection report automation and ballooning tool that extracts inspection characteristics from Pro/Engineer drawings and exports them to inspection report forms. The release features a redesigned interface to ease use and project workflow; the ability to save inspection-project data for reuse or revision; better control over the order and placement of inspection balloons; automated mapping of custom attributes and inspection-report-form project properties; and a Refresh Project option to automatically identify and capture drawing changes. 

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