After preparing the design, when preparing the presentation of the same, or even, when generating documentation on the work performed, it is essential to generate some printed material. Usually a list of items is printed with their dimensions and values, as well as some views that highlight the created design.
When printing design views, the designer can:
1. Provide information for assembly thus facilitating the work of assemblers with information on heights, clearances, module positions, positions of hydraulic and electrical points, among other specifications;
2. Provide various technical details to the customer such as thickness, materials used, list and distribution of items;
3. Save design views allowing the customer to see what the design will look like after assembly.