If you are looking for GstarCAD, you have come to the right place. We explain what GstarCAD is and point you to the official download.
What is GstarCAD?
Often described as an AutoCAD alternative, GstarCAD (specifically, GstarCAD 8) is a CAD application focusing on offering deep functionality while still delivering powerful speed. The program minimizes data and memory use during operation and often outperforms its competitors in this area as a result. The interface is clean and easy to understand, as well as customizable. It even offers a command line window for quick script-based control. It also has customizable tool palettes.
The program covers documentation needs through geometry creation, measurement utilities, multiple object style selections, raster image insertion, and revision cloud tools. The program can import 3DS, WMF, and SAT files and can export DWFX, DWF, STL, SAT, WMF, EPS, BMP and DXX files. It supports DWF underlaying as well as external reference image use. Batch publication as well as e-transmission are available, and users can add hyperlinks to their work.
Design-wise, the software has tools for solid and solid editing, profile and section drawing, 3D mesh and face drawing, material selection, visual style selection, and 3D orbiting. It also allows users to add password protection to their work or to sign it digitally for copyright or authorship purposes.
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File types supported by GstarCAD
About file types supported by GstarCAD
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Last updated: : December 3, 2014