Bricsys announced the availability of BricsCAD V13 for the Linux operating system. This release further extends the BricsCAD software with new 2D features and with assembly modeling for the mechanical CAD market.
"With BricsCAD we provide our customers with a single dwg-based CAD platform to take care of all their design needs from simple 2D drafting to advanced 3D direct modeling. No need to buy and learn new or companion products, no need for time consuming conversions, just one unified CAD solution, available for both the Windows and Linux environments," said Erik De Keyser, Bricsys CEO.
New features for the Linux version of BricsCAD V13 are similar to the ones released for the Microsoft Windows operating system last October, and include assembly modeling to model complex products, kinematic analysis for moving or rotating parts of a model to solve real-time forward and inverse kinematic problems, and a series of new commands, functions, dialogs and features for improved 2D drafting.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.