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What is DDS-CAD?
DDS-CAD stands for the Data Design System – Computer Aided Design. It may refer to any of the CAD programs made available by DDS, but the program most often referred to when mentioning DDS-CAD’s software is the Architect & Construction program. This utility is used primarily for architectural and construction-centered applications, as the name makes clear. While there are actually two components of the software, it is packaged as a single application.
The Architect module of the program is a niche program in the sense that it was developed especially for architects creating buildings after the Northern European fashion—timber designs are emphasized in its toolkit, which means the program may prove slightly unwieldy for those designing other structural types. The other module, the Construction one, emphasizes the planning after the architectural stage is done: there are utilities for efficient joist construction, wall panel generation (interior and exterior), flooring and roofing, and production interfacing. Both the Architect and Construction modules are compatible with AutoCAD’s signature 2D graphics format: that is, DXF and DWG. They can also produce both raster and vector-based graphics, with support for VRL.
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Last updated: : July 22, 2014