Engineers trend towards "digital markups" in 2018

I'm a design engineer, and like the average engineer who works in an office I print an average of 10,000 sheets of paper per year.

Wait, what?

Although it sounds like the introduction to an AA meeting, hello my name is Bob and I'm a paper-a-holic, this is actually the truth about 95% of all engineers. And the thing is, you probably didn't know you use that much paper, did you?


That's a lot of paper I use...

This is based on a study done by a U.S. agency in 2016.

So the question is this: as a forward-thinking engineer, I don't necessarily like the idea of cutting down that many trees or wasting that much paper, so what's an engineer like me to do?

For many, the answer can be found in an app - specifically a desktop app that aim to eliminate printed paper waste altogether. Such apps already are a huge success, such as as RedLine 2018. This is the engineering app that started it all for digital markups, and the 2018 version doesn't disappoint.

Packed to the brim with user requested features, and enhancements that not only allow you to save paper, but actually speed up your work day as well.

And let's face it, eliminating paper at the cost of time is not something managers will likely sign off on, likely it's quite the opposite.

A recent study concluded that RedLine 2018 actually puts real hours back in your day, in the nature of 11 to 15 hours per month.

This is largely due to simply eliminating the need to print anything off.

No need to wait by the printer, sort through your pages of unneeded documents, throw away the unwanted ones, and, well you get the idea.

So the good news is that the answer is readily available. give RedLine 2018 a try today, and I bet you'll see a difference by the end of the week in your productivity and work day.