Paperview & Reports Now that I’m done with my drawing, what’s next?!? Before any project can move from development to final submittal, it is important to validate the drawing for any errors or omissions and get the drawing as perfect as possible before any reports are developed….
4. “Validate Project” button to check your drawing for any errors.
5. “Lather, rinse, repeat” as needed until project is valid!
Reports Reports can come in a variety of forms, based on the client need, complexity of the project, or design fees approved. They can be as simple as a photo series, or as complex as full installation plans with elevations, details and architectural verification.
Reports – Quick Quotes Best used for typicals, mock ups, single station or office, preliminary reviews
Standard Bill of Materials
Floor Plan Settings
Perspective or Photo Series
Reports – Other Options When your project is more complex…
Panel Type Report
Panel Type Summary
Bill of Materials
Titleblocks Used in Paperview, a titleblock can unify a report package, and provide project, client and dealer information in a uniform template.
Complete Drawing Set A complete report set not only makes verification of the drawings and specifications easier, but your installers will appreciate the information in the field. The visual communication Configura provides helps to eliminate guesswork and helps to achieve a successful job, and a happy client!