Press Release: V2008118

10 November 2008

AllCAD releases a major Service Pack for ProArt & ProLace

AllCAD Technologies proudly announces the release of the FREE Service Pack 2008, which can be installed for all actual program versions of ProArt & ProLace.

"AllCAD Technologies Ltd. is committed to provide solutions of superior value to ensure our clients' success. To cope with this commitment, we are permanently working on the quality, reliability and efficiency of our products."  said Mr. Müller, Director of AllCAD Technologies Ltd.

"The Service Pack 2008 is a major step forward in the development of ProArt & ProLace and it makes ProArt & ProLace even more powerful." Mr. Müller added.
 

The Service Pack 2008 brings the user the following advantages:

Numerous know issues have been solved.
Many automatic stitches produce a better stitch picture.
Additional features have become available like an improved stitch estimation.

But now most important for our users: the Service Pack 2008 brings a

dramatically increased performance,
strongly decreased memory use and thus
a highly improved reliability.

The Service Pack 2008 is available for all our registered users FREE of charge.


About AllCAD – AllCAD is a developer of CAD applications offering targeted solutions and services for the Embroidery Industry. The company, based in Hong Kong, with development in Thailand and with Support Centers in Switzerland, India and Columbia, is specialized in development of Embroidery Design and Punching Systems. AllCAD provides various services ranging from installation over system training on their products to consultancy.

About ProArt & ProLace – ProArt is an Embroidery Design System, ProLace is a Combined Embroidery Design & Punching System. Both are based on CAD Technology. ProLace contains the complete command set of the popular ProArt Embroidery Design System. Therefore you can create perfect designs and punch them, but you can also punch directly on scanned images. With ProLace you can work directly on ProArt designs. The puncher only has to punch underlayers and has to define how to connect the embroidery elements, produced by the designer.

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