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    Seems we have garnered the attention of one of the up and coming "players" in the world of CAD. Welcome ZWCAD to the CADTutor forum.
    Your comments are appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZWCAD View Post
    hi all, ZWCAD is base on IntelliCAD, but ZWCAD+ has new kernel, that is why ZWCAD+ has much ability with large drawing and better capability of APIs. Here you can find the release note of ZWCAD+ 2014, also a free license which is valid until Aug 31, 2013.
    http://www.zwsoft.com/forum/thread-2864-1-1.html
    Awesome... I like that it has a similar Ribbon interface. Thanks for the link!
    Tannar Z. Frampton ™ | Frampton & Associates, Inc.

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    I'm updating the list of low cost CAD programs to include the following.

    General CADD Version 11.1 (formerly Generic CADD). Compatible with DWG files. Cost: $599 with yearly updates at $149 per license. Free demo (version 10.1) is available. Note that the file saving feature in the demo has been disabled.

    http://www.generalcadd.com/101release.htm
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    Add FreeCAD to your list to check it out.
    For DWG and 2D not so great but it has potential in many other fields

    https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/Feature_list
    Modelling is done with two hands, 2d & 3d. Let it work together..
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    Quote Originally Posted by halam View Post
    Add FreeCAD to your list to check it out.
    For DWG and 2D not so great but it has potential in many other fields

    https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/Feature_list
    It is listed in the Free CAD Programs sticky.
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