Introduction of 2D CAD Software was like fresh breeze during a hot summer afternoon for architects and designers all over the world. It was a clear signal that technology had taken over the reins, 2D CAD software had ushered in a new era of efficient and error-free design and drafting process. After centuries of virtual bonded labor, the design professionals were finally freed from the cumbersome and painstaking manual paper-and-ink process as the computer programs helped them produce accurate, high quality designs.
The new age 2D CAD software gives a new perspective, provides a new freedom and opens a whole new world of possibilities for designers across various industries. While Mechanical CAD software allows the engineers to design more efficient machines, Interior design software offers an unprecedented freedom and flexibility to the Interior designers to play with form, function and space like never before. Similarly, Drafting software is so full of amazing features that drafting has now become a pleasant experience. Additions and alterations in the drawings are much simpler and less time consuming and dull jobs like tracing are no more required. One can give wall thicknesses to single line sketches with the help of wall tools saving valuable time; working has become more accurate and precise and errors are nearly non-existent.
Modern day computer software incorporates countless amazing tools that bring a smile to every user’s face. A tool like drag-and-drop functionality allows thousands of pre-stored components including images and templates to be pasted at the desired locations. This makes drawings more efficient and attractive. Similarly, different styles of text can now be inserted easily and artistically, and rendering tools help professionals produce presentation drawings of breathtaking quality.
The next logical step:
3D DWG CAD software is the next logical step that has so many tools and features that only sky is the limit for the professionals now. Low cost CAD products like BricsCAD, Cadian and ZWCAD etc offer tools and features that can produce 3D models from 2D drawings and generate 2D drawings from 3D views. However, despite the popularity and versatility of 3D CAD, 2D CAD software is still relevant and is used by many professionals for their day-to-day jobs. It comes much cheaper than DWG CAD and offers many features that are still very useful.
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