DownStream Technologies: New Builds Available for all DownStream Products

DownStream Technologies: New releases for BluePrint and CAM350

To keep you up to date with the latest software enhancements, technology, and functionality, DopwnStream Technologies is continuously supplying you with our latest product builds.  All customers with maintenance contracts as of April 1st are eligible for this download.  If you are not on Maintenance, please contact us to reinstate.


BluePrint-PCB 4 build 832, CAM350 /DFMStream 11 build 732.  This is a software correction update.  We do recommend upgrading your software to the latest build.


New Functionality in BluePrint V4.0

The following functional enhancements are contained in BluePrint Version 4.0:

  • Via Stackup Template Graphics Enhancements
  • ECO Support for Process Steps
  • IPC-2581 Revision B Support
  • Panel Drawing Board Image Labeling (“A” and “B”) Enhancement
  • Parts List Options for Item Number Sort
  • Duplicate Sheet Command
  • License Server Support for LINUX


Release highlights: BluePrint-PCB

Release Highlights for CAM350 Product Version 11.0


CAM350 Version 11.0 is a major release that introduces new functionality, including Intelligent CAD Data DFM checks for Streams RC, IPC-2581 support for Import and Export of Panel data, and support for cutouts for Board Outlines.


New Functionality

The following functional enhancements are contained in CAM350 Version 11.0

  • Advanced DFM Checks for Streams RC
  • Signal Checks
  • Negative Plane Checks
  • Solder Mask Checks
  • Paste Mask Checks
  • Silkscreen Checks
  • NC Data Checks
  • Intelligent CAD Data Properties
  • Pin Properties
  • Via Properties
  • Tool Tolerances
  • Multi-Board Panel Placement Wizard
  • Automatic Placement of Multiple Designs in a Panel
  • Panel Editor Support for Venting a Multiple Design Panel
  • IPC-2581 Import and Export of Panel Data
  • Board Outline Support for Cutouts
  • Streams RC User Interface Enhancements


Release highligts: CAM350 V11.0


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