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Middle Atlantic Updates Racktools Software
Fairfield, NJ - May 7, 2009 - Racktools 3.5, the free layout and specification software package that includes all products from Middle Atlantic, has been updated with new shapes for user-defined components and greater drawing export flexibility. The software allows users to export a complete drawing to Autocad. In addition, Racktools 3.5 supports shapes for user-defined equipment. An expanded library of RSH Series custom rack shelf shapes is now available with new single, dual and triple LCD shapes that provide more accurate drawing capability.
The new Racktools 3.5 features smaller file sizes and enhanced navigation. It allows users to easily output Autocad drawings in 1:1 ratio. User created components can now be shared among many different machines not specific to any particular customer type.
Racktools users with previous versions can update the program by opening it with an Internet connection present and accepting the updates.
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