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Protocase Designer® Documentation
Welcome to the Protocase Designer documentation wiki! This wiki provides instructions on how to install, configure, and operate Designer to your best advantage.
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A glossary of terms used at Protocase, Inc., and in Protocase Designer.
How to install Protocase Designer and use it to create, customize, and order your custom electronic enclosure.
An overview of the main interface for viewing the 3D model of your enclosure, which is used for creating, opening, and saving files, and for selecting the face you want to edit.
Using the Face Editor to add cutouts, graphics (text and/or images), exclusions, masking, and construction lines.
Adding custom cutouts, standard fasteners, and mounting hardware from the Cutout Library. This section also includes instructions on importing DXF files.
Registering, requesting instant quotes, and purchasing your custom electronic enclosure.
Technical papers and step-by-step tutorials showing how to design custom enclosures for common applications. This section is for anyone submitting a design, whether Protocase Designer or another CAD program is used.
Overviews on graphics (digital print and silkscreening), finishing, and other features; each topic includes links to all related topics in both this wiki and the Protocase website. This section is for anyone submitting a design, whether Protocase Designer or another CAD program is used.
New features and enhancements in each version of Designer.
Frequently asked questions about using Protocase Designer and this wiki.
A support forum for users to ask questions, share experiences, report bugs, and check enhancements. Protocase Designer developers monitor and participate in the forum.