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Mech-Q will create an infinite amount of parts and fittings

Every time you select the parameters of a fitting, the software draws it on the fly. Each time Mech-Q is drawing the part from your specifications. It does not pull from a block library but instead draws it dynamically. Every time you change the size, type or material of a fitting for example, Mech-Q will remember the setting for the next fitting.

Why draw from scratch when you can use a dynamic library of fittings?

Drawing from scratch is time-consuming, especially when it comes to creating engineering drawings that require using specs that are accurate.

In addition to saving time, using Mech-Q’s dynamic library will also ensure drawing consistency. Using a dynamic library of fittings is the smartest and most efficient way to getting your job done right.

Why not use a straight symbol library?

The Mech-Q dialog driven interface allows you to quickly access the required components without many drawing modification. Many times blocks will have to be edited then resaved to the library as a different variation of the block. Such a scenario can be a nightmare to maintain.

This Mech-Q interface allows users to select parameters such as size, material, and ratings on the fly, Rather than wasting time searching through folders for a block or locating them in a pulldown Mech-Q’s interface makes it a whole lot easier for users to create the desired fitting.

What about customizations and drawing standards?

With Mech-Q, users can customize layer settings, and inherit custom styles and then apply them to new projects. This ensures that each project is consistent in terms of layer names, colors, and linetypes. By using drawing templates, users can easily maintain consistency between projects types without having to spend time manually setting up drawing specs for each project.

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