instruction creation time
by leveraging 3D data to rapidly
create, manage and deliver instruction sets to the shop floor.
Customers consistently report an 80% reduction in time spent
creating instructions. The return on investment is immediate.
Share printed or interactive documents
with the shop floor. The same program, Page3D can be used to create
one the other or with minimal additional effort, both. Printed
instructions (or standard PDF deliveries) benefit from reduced time
of creation. Interactive instructions add an improved communication
benefit that can only be achieved by providing the 3D model to the
Our unique technology lets you
non-3D data too
so you don't have to choose between existing information and new 3D
possibilities. With Pages3D, You can have your cake and eat it too.
Competitors typically offer a "model only" approach that is limited
to 3D views. Since Pages3D allows you to include text, images, and
even 2D CAD data, you can compile a complete set of information from
3D and legacy data.
Use Smart Template Technology to
automatically insert step-by-step graphics
of every step in an exploded view.
Many processes have hundred of individual steps that need to be
documented and this unique tool saves days of documentation time.
Smart Templates can also be used to automatically insert isolated
views of parts from a parts list.
Frequently Asked Questions about
QuadriSpace product do I need?
is used to create printed instructions faster or to provide
interactive 3D instructions for your shop floor. To determine the
best solution for your project, visit the
Instructions Shopper's Guide.
need to purchase viewing software for each assembly station?
interactive documents created with Pages3D can be shared with the
shop floor using our freely available Reader3D software or by
publishing your document as an interactive 3D PDF.
computer specifications are required for the shop floor computers?
are planning to deliver interactive 3D to the shop floor, you should
consider setting up 3D-ready computers based on these
I deliver interactive instructions to QuadriSpace Reader3D or Adobe
Reader on the shop floor?
format is acceptable. PDF is suggested if you want to include
interactive 3D with your existing deliverables. Delivering a
QuadriSpace Document to Reader3D is suggested if you are providing a
interactive 3D packet to the shop floor.
Pages3D import non-3D information?
Pages3D can import text from Word, tables form Excel, images from
TIF, BMP, etc, and even 2D CAD drawings.
computer specifications do I need to create instructions using my 3D
QuadriSpace System Requirements.