Wincad

Wincad 10.0

Free
WinCad is a powerful 2D/3D CAD program for professional use
5.0  (2 votes)
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WinCad is a powerful 2D/3D CAD program that is distributed Freeware from STS for professional use, complete with a library of more than 200 symbols frequently used in the architectural drawing, electric installments and in the creation of Safety projects.
Main features:
- 3D Navigator with the possibility of developing exceptional animation of the 3 dimensional model along any path defined as a polyline
- Command to cancel the changes made at any time (multilevel UNDO)
- Reading and Writing of files in DXF and DWG format
- Management of Layers
- Color print and B/N on plotter and printers managed by Windows
- Creation of Metafile and BMP
- Importing of raster files BMP, JPG and their georeferentiation in real coordinates
- Commands for the measurement of the perimeters, area and angles with the explanations of the calculation.
- Visual library of symbols always in line
- Commands for the creation and modifications of graphic objects with WinCAD, the most common graphic elements can be drawn in 2D and 3D.

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