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About TrueCAD Software
TrueCAD is a 2D Drafting and 3D Modeling (Partial) CAD softwareOther
TrueCAD is a 2D Drafting and 3D Modeling (Partial) CAD software meant for Engineers, Architects and other technical consultants. TrueCAD is a native DWG & DXF CAD software to create and edit drawings. TrueCAD uses IntelliCAD engine, Open Design Alliance DWG/DXF Libraries, ACIS 3D Modeling Kernel and many other Technologies. In-addition, TrueCAD has many add-on command, features and other Productivity Tools. TrueCAD CAD Software includes many other tools like Block Libraries (in the domains of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Architectural, Structural, P &IDs etc.), Batch file converter, Units converter, PDF to DXF Converter, Image to DXF converter and many other productive tools. TrueCAD supports many other file formats like dgn, STL, OBJ, 2D PDF, SVG and many other file formats. All dwg/dxf versions from very old R2.5 to latest 2018 are supported.
TrueCAD interface is carefully designed for easy selection of commands without much difficulty. The interface and commands are very familiar for easy migration from other CAD Software. TrueCAD has complete range of 2D Drafting & 3D Modeling tools along with editing options. Artisan Render is also included in TrueCAD at no extra cost to create high quality renderings. TrueCAD can be operated in both modern Ribbon Style Interface and Classic Drop Down menu Styles. The interface, aliases and commands can be completely customized as per your requirements. Unlimited work spaces are supported inside TrueCAD.
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