About ShopKey's Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) Color Wiring Diagrams
The Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format is a new XML-based standard for defining vector-based 2D graphics for the Web and other applications. What does Color SVG diagrams have to do with fixing cars? Plenty. SVG can't be beat when viewing and printing fine-detail graphics such as wiring diagrams.
The primary advantages of Scalable Vector Graphic Wiring diagrams are:
Combined with the obvious advantage of color in tracing complex circuitry, SVG technology provides distinct advantages in terms of clarity, zoomability, and file size.
Pixels vs. Vectors
The difference between a vector-based graphic and a bitmapped graphic is illustrated in the Flash movie below. Use the 200% and 300% zoom links to zoom in and out of the image without degradation. Click the "See Black and White" link below to zoom in and out of a bitmapped image.
Note: Because of slight image degradation in Flash, ShopKey5 will display wiring diagrams even more clearly than depicted above.
Best of all, these diagrams appear in crisp, clear, color. You will be able to trace complicated wiring with unprecendented ease.
The ShopKey Editorial Difference
Long before SVG technology, ShopKey wiring diagrams had already been the best. The difference is the result of superior editorial process. OEM wiring diagrams tend to vary between manufacturers because there has never been an industry formatting standard. For decades, ShopKey's editorial staff has completely redrawn the majority of OEM wiring diagrams, meticulously verifying every detail. The end result is a consistent look and feel to every diagram in our products. And because they're redrawn - not scanned - they take up much less space on a CD-ROM or DVD, allowing us to put more information on each disc.
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