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Civil and Structural Engineering

   
 

Civil and Structural Engineering Software

Commercial Software


1. Alternative CAD solution - BricsCAD
 
The benchmark of CAD compatibility
Native DWG file format
Command line
AutoLisp and ADS
Menus, Fonts, Symbols
True Type Fonts
Raster Image Support
More...
BricsCAD V8.0 Pro - Call for pricing- sales@civilstructural.com.my

Click here to download Bricscad V8.0 User Manual

Our Infra Applications- DNAAD and SNAAD can work under BricsCAD V8.0 Professional.

  2. AutoCAD LT2008 (Latest Autocad product)
 
Streamline your day-to-day tasks with AutoCAD LT 2008 software, the world’s number-one-selling 2D drafting and detailing product. For design professionals who require full DWG native file format compatibility without 3D capabilities or advanced customization, AutoCAD LT makes daily work simpler because it’s designed with the drafter in mind. Minimize time-consuming workarounds with annotation scaling and layer properties per viewport while refining your aesthetic precision with text and table enhancements and multiple leaders. You’ll also work smarter with existing features like dynamic blocks and express tools. Your work goes quicker. Your day goes smoother. And your tools just keep getting better.

Product Features
Annotation scaling - Set the current scale of a viewport or model space view, then apply that scale to each object and specify its size, placement, and appearance
Layers per Viewport - The enhanced layer manager allow users to specify color, line weight, linetype, or plot style
Enhanced Tables - Combine AutoCAD LT and Windows Excel tabular information into a single AutoCAD LT table - dynamically link these notifications for instantly updated information
Text and Table Enhancements - Enhanced MTEXT editor and new multicolumn text grips are fully customizable
New Multiple Leader Panel - New leader on the dashboard has enhanced tools that automate the creation and orientation of multiple leaders

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(Updated 10/4/07)

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