Need a convenient way to view CADDS 5 or 4X drawings?
DraftView for CADDSÃÂ®
DraftView is a low-cost view, print and markup tool that reads CADDS 4X and CADDS 5 designs directly, without requiring the CAD system. The software also supports viewing of DWG, DXF, CGM, HPGL, JPG and other formats, and the ability to Save As TIFF, JPEG, Sun Raster and X11. It is also possible to export drawings in PDF and HPGL format using 3rd party printer drivers.
Complete Support for Dimensions and Text Entities.
The number of products that can view CADDS directly can be counted on one hand. Of these, DraftView is the only viewer that supports all CADDS entities, including dimensions and text entities. We believe the ability to view and print draw mode dimensions and text is useful -- don't you agree?
DraftView supports Model mode entities in full 3D Model Views, as well as 2D Draw and Detail mode entities. Both Explicit and Parametric entities are supported.
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Yes, it will be. Not to say that ProductView is not a fine product, or that it does not have specific advantages, however, our product is much less expen$ive, has been around much longer than ProductView, and supports the types of CADDS text and dimension entities that ProductView does not.. Why not try a DraftView demo?
-Steve Huffman Draftware Inc. www.draftware.com/dvcaddshome.htm
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