This is the third post in follow up to the single sentence summary post where I am summarizing the key features of Flatter Files. This post will summarize assemblies.
Assemblies are a collection of drawings that provide a simple way to organize all of the individual drawings needed to complete a task. The result is a single view of all of the drawings needed such that you don't have to look up each drawing contained in the bill of materials. Each drawing in the assembly is automatically updated anytime a drawing is revised such that you never have to worry about ensuring your assembly contains the latest version of each drawing.
See this post for a detailed discussion of assemblies.