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  • New addition to the Bentley Institute series of publications: Inside MicroStation CONNECT Edition

    EBentley Institute Press, a publisher of leading-edge textbooks and professional reference works for the advancement of the engineering, architecture, construction, operations, geospatial, and educational communities, has announced the availability of a new series of publications titled...

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  • Wms2Cad - interacting wms services with CAD programs

    Wms2Cad is a unique tool to bring WMS AND TMS services to the CAD drawing for reference. This includes Google Earth and OpenStreet maps map and image services. It is simple, fast and effective. Only the type of map is chosen...

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  • Linux has a new native CAD tool

    Unlike the Geospatial area where Open Source applications outperform proprietary ones, we have seen very little free software for CAD apart from the LibreCAD initiative, which still has a long way to go. Although Blender is quite a tool…

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  • LibreCAD, we will finally have a free CAD

    I want to start by clarifying that free CAD is not the same as free CAD, but both terms are in the most frequent Google searches associated with the word CAD. Depending on the type of user, the basic drawing user will think of…

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  • Generate technical memory of plots with CivilCAD

    Very few programs do this, at least with the simplicity that CivilCAD does. What we expect, in general, is a report of the plots, by block, with its course and distance chart, boundaries and use. Let's see how...

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  • FastCAD, an AutoCAD Shadow

    If you have never heard of FastCAD… you should. I know, it's possible that for the first time you know that this program exists, but I want to take a moment of this night of ice cream with Oreo cookies to show a tool that…

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  • 2011: What to Expect: CAD Platforms

    Hello my friends, the parties, the rockets, the nacatamales and new year hugs have passed. It's good to be back on this side of life, in a good year for news. AutoCAD comes from 3 years of having given…

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  • How much software is worth in this blog?

    I've been writing about crazy technology topics for more than two years, usually software and its applications. Today I want to take the opportunity to analyze what it means to talk about software, in the hope of forming an opinion, doing…

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  • Who moved my cheese?

      I really like Geoinformatics, apart from being a magazine with great layout taste, the contents are very good in geospatial matters. Today the April version has been announced, from which I have taken some texts highlighted in red...

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  • QCad, AutoCAD alternative for Linux and Mac

    As we know, AutoCAD can run on Linux on Wine or Citrix, but this time I will show a tool that can be a low-cost solution for both Linux, Windows and Mac. It is QCad, a solution developed…

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  • Comparison of CAD software

    Just as there is a comparison between the computer solutions for Geographic Information Systems GIS, there is also a similar table on Wikipedia for CAD tools oriented to what we know as AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) There is…

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  • ProgeCAD, another alternative to AutoCAD

    ProgeCAD is a low-cost solution based on IntelliCAD 6.5 technology, which can be perfectly adopted as a replacement for AutoCAD-level software. Let's see what progeCAD has: Similar to AutoCAD The fact of being…

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  • Testing a Netbook in CAD / GIS

      A few days ago I had considered testing how well a Netbook works in the geomatic environment, in this case I have been testing the Acer One that some rural technicians asked me to buy during a visit to the city. The proof…

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  • Comparison BitCAD - AutoCAD (Round 1)

    I had previously talked about BitCAD, which is a cheap alternative to AutoCAD, with very aggressive advertising and which has just now released its version 6.5 with 3D functionalities. Every day more companies are forced to abandon the practice…

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  • The Little Advancement of CAD Integration - Costs

    After the death of SAICIC, several Mexican programs appropriated this market, constituting one of the engineering areas that were first automated. I remember that sometimes I taught the cost course, and it was necessary to try different applications...

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  • The creativity of BitCAD

    I think the publicity of BitCAD, of IntelliCAD, is very good, which by the way is a low-cost alternative to AutoCAD as I told you a while ago when we did a more extensive review of this program. Gives you a...

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  • CAD / GIS among Free Software priorities

    The Free Software Foundation (FSF) was created in 1985 with the intention of promoting the use, development and protection of software under non-proprietary licenses of a commercial scheme. Via Gigabriones I have learned that the FSF announced eleven…

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  • Converting AutoCAD 2009 Files to Microstation V8

    I get a problem from a technician using Microstation V8, looking to read an AutoCAD 2008 file. A bit of history The dwg format was initially used by Interact CAD, developed by Mike Riddle in the 70's, this was…

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