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BricsCAD V18.2 has been released, and it is packed with new features and improvements. Did we mention this is a mid cycle release? That's right, these are in addition to the original V18 release from last October. While other CAD applications are stagnating, BricsCAD keeps on trucking forward.
CAD Concepts & Sofoco are proud to announce the BricsCAD Roadshow, which is running this April in New Zealand & Australia. This is a must attend event for CAD leaders and decision makers. See the BricsCAD Roadshow page for more details, and to book your place.
We've updated our BricsCAD sample CAD Library for BricsCAD V16.
BricsCAD V16 is coming soon!! From Sept 20 all new* orders for BricsCAD will automatically receive a BricsCAD V16 license key for free. BricsCAD V16 is expected to be released sometime next month following the Bricsys Conference.
BricsCAD Platinum has matured to become quite a useful tool for working with sheetmetal. Bricsys.TV has recently added a four part video series prepared by Damian Harking of Sofoco where he demonstrates using sheetmetal to create a workbench for a commercial kitchen. He also includes the source files to allow you to try it out for yourself.
If you are using the Professional, or Platinum version of BricsCAD V15.3 or later, then you may like to know that you can integrate aerial imagery from Web Map Service (WMS) providers on your drawing, through the use of the new MAPCONNECT command.
BricsCAD for the MAC has arrived! BricsCAD V15 licenses are also cross platform compatible, meaning you choose to run BricsCAD on Windows, Linux, or MAC using the same license. What's more the feature set is more or less identical across all three.