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Design Master July 2015 Newsletter

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Can We Write a Customer Story About You?

Typically each month we feature a story about one of our customers and how they are using our software. We are taking a break from publishing stories this summer while we prepare more.

If you would be willing to be featured in a story, please let us know. Our only requirements are that you use and like our software! Big or small, cutting-edge buildings or standard commercial design, we enjoy sharing all of our customers' stories.

The story process involves a 20 to 30 minute phone interview and then a chance to review the story before it is published. Reply to this email if you are interested.

If you look forward to our monthly customer story, use this month to review the archive of customer stories on our website.

Electrical Training, July 23, Lynnwood, WA

We are offering one day of Design Master Electrical training on July 23 in Lynnwood, WA.

Complete details are available on our website.

If the time and location work out for you to attend, we would love to see you there.

Support Articles from the July Archives


Inserting Eccentric Transitions: How to insert an eccentric transition in your ductwork.


Arc-Flash Overview: Information on settings required to calculate arc-flash incident energy.
Balancing Loads on Switchboards, UPSs, and Other One-Line Devices: How to balance loads on one-line devices other than panels.
Residential Feeder Load Calculation Quick Start: How to calculate dwelling unit feeder loads.


Pipe Sizing Overview: Information on how to size pipes.

New Wishlist Requests

Below is a list of recent ideas on our wishlist. 

Customers regularly share ideas about what they would like us to add to the software. What we don't know is how many other people are interested in the idea. If you see something that looks interesting to you, vote for it. We prioritize features based upon the number of votes and the difficulty to implement. Knowing whether other people are interested in an idea or not helps us know if we should spend development time on it or on something else.


Track which panel schedules are inserted on drawings
Edit multiple devices--select from list
Default elevations for all electrical devices


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Contact Support

Install & Update Instructions

Online Training

Knowledge Base

User Manuals


Release Notes


Wish List

Remote Support



Customer Stories





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