QCAD is an application for computer aided drafting in two dimensions (2d). With QCAD you can create technical drawings such as plans for buildings, interiors, mechanical parts or schemas and diagrams. QCAD works on Windows, Mac OS X and many Linux and Unix Systems. The source code of the QCAD community edition is released under the GPL (Open Source).
QCAD was designed with modularity, extensibility and portability in mind. But what people notice most often about QCAD is its intuitive user interface. QCAD is a simple 2D CAD system for everyone. You don't need any CAD experience to get started with QCAD immediately.
- Blocks (grouping)
- 35 CAD fonts included
- Metrical and Imperial units
- DXF input / output
- Printing to scale
- Over 40 construction tools
- Over 20 modification tools
- Construction and modification of points, lines, arcs, circles, ellipses, splines, polylines, texts, dimensions, hatches, fills, raster images
- Various powerful entity selection tools
- Object snaps
- Measuring tools
- Part library with over 4800 CAD parts
- Command line tools (dwg2pdf, dwg2svg, dwg2bmp, etc.)
* QCAD download link provides trial version of the software for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
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