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Bricsys today anounced the launching of Bricsys TV. This service provides a new resource for people wanting to learn more about using BricsCAD, and will apeal to both existing and new users.
Bricsys have recently anounced the release of BricsCAD V14 for Linux. This brings some major improvements for BricsCAD users on the Linux platform. This includes a true 64bit build, numerous new features, and fixes. See the release notes for full details on what is included.
Users moving to BricsCAD from AutoCAD may miss the ability to move the cursor around using the keyboard (In AutoCAD you can use the Ctrl + arrow keys to do this). Have no fear! you can instead use the Windows ease of access to achieve the same. To turn on press ALT + left SHIFT + NUM LOCK. Once on you can use your number pad to move your cursor around on the screen. The features can be customised by going in to the control panel.
Well the Bricsys conference is well underway, with announcements Today on what is to be included with the release of BricsCAD V14. If you've been waiting for:
With the Bricsys conference now only a few weeks away, there is keen anticipation on what is to be included with V14. Of course Bricsys are keeping things very much to themselves at this stage. However I can tell you that V14 of BricsCAD will come with a new licensing system, based on the licensing technology from Reprise Software.
As you might of seen in the latest Bricsys Newsletter we have a new training course available for those making the move to BricsCAD who need to be able to manage multiple users. The good news is that BricsCAD provides all of the tools to do this, and our training course will guide you through step by step. If your trying to manage more than five users, using the same CAD library, and version of BricsCAD, then this is the course for you.
BricsCAD V13.2 has arrived for Windows. With 20 odd new or enhanced features, and a multiude of fixes, it's well worth a look. Details below on some of the key features added with this version.
From time to time you are going to be presented with data in a non-graphical form (spreadsheet, CSV, TXT, XML etc.) that you want to overlay on to your drawing so you can visualise it. A common example is some type of cross country pipe run, or pipe network (Geothermal steam, oil & gas, storm water). This type of information is usually provided as an export from a GIS, or a survey based CAD application. To initially view, you may use a text editor, or spreadsheet application.
Bricsys have posted a video demonstration of BricsCAD V13 Platinums Assembly Modeling capabilities. The example shows how to attach parts or sub assemblies (all of which are dwg files), editing sub assemblies, adding a bill of materials, and making use of the x-solids hardware library.
Bricsys have posted a video demonstration of the new mechanical features included with BricsCAD Platinum. The model used is the same as presented at the recent conference in October.