What's New in Paperless Parts - March 9, 2020
The latest updates includes the new material calculator, archiving parts, more assembly improvements, and more!
Material Calculator is Now Available!
We added a "Material Calculator" button right in the quote item to make this more accessible.
Archive Parts in the Part Library
You can now archive parts in your part library. Click on the archive icon and select the parts you want to archive.
Mark Parts as ITAR from the Viewer
Bulk Assign Process, Material, and Finishes for Assembly Components
When working with assemblies, you can now select multiple components and assign their process, material, and finish.
New Assembly Level and Per Quote Item Level Operations
In addition to the "Per Setup" option for CNC Mill process, there are now two additional settings for operations:
Use assembly operations if you want to have operations that only apply to the top-level assembly. These operations can now interact with things like the number of manufactured and purchased components in your ops. An example operation to use this with is an "Install Hardware" operation that accounts for the labor involved with adding hardware to the assembly.
Per quote item operations can be used to have operations appear only on the top-level item to account for operations like order processing that you only do once per assembly. An example operation you might use this with is any sort of "Admin" or "Order Processing" operation that only applies once for a single part or at the top-level assembly.
Reach out to email@example.com if you want to review your operations with our team or add these new operation types.
Mark Operations as an Outside Service
You can mark operations as an outside service when creating new ops or while you are quoting. Simply expand the operation and mark toggle it as an outside service. This is helpful for differentiating between internal and external operations.
Updates to Operations Modal
The operations modal is now a drawer that appears from the right side, giving you more space to see your operation variables.