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IPB

An Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) generally consists of exploded views showing assemblies, subassemblies, components and/or attaching hardware. We can “hotspot,” or add interactive intelligence, to the item number that links the artwork to the parts list or other relevant data specified in the Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM).

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A schematic is an electrical or hydraulic diagram used to track various systems. We can translate your engineering data for publication format to PDF hardcopy or Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM).

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A locator is a simplified drawing of a larger part showing the location of one or more components in the aircraft or Next Higher Assembly (NHA).

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We create orthographic drawings illustrating section views or external flat views.

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We develop the technical drawing of a component or assembly that shows the relationship or order of various subassemblies or parts.

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Using animation software such as Flash or Cortona3D, we show the flow of hydraulic diagrams or create an interactive animation of 3D assemblies.

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We add interactive intelligence to artwork that helps the user track testing and troubleshooting of the circuits in system schematics. Shown here is a demo of an avionics hotspotted graphics. * Click each image to view in higher resolution


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We have the ability to create color graphics, including S1000D compliant technical drawings, using Adobe Creative Suite and Auto-Trol Technical Illustrator.

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We develop diagrams to identify the chain of events leading to a specific fault or failure, with reference to the appropriate maintenance procedures.

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