A compact 3D/2D mechanical CAD software
VariCAD can interchange files with other CAD systems. You can import STEP (3D), DWG (2D), DXF (2D) and IGES (2D) files, and export STEP (3D), DWG (2D), DXF (2D) and IGES (2D and 3D).
VariCAD is a cross-platform software and it was tested with a wide range of Linux distributions, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Debian and openSUSE are recommended.
VariCAD Viewer is also available for free on Softpedia, so you can easily view CAD files.
- 2D Drawing and Editing
- 3D - 2D Export
- 3D Modeling
- Mechanical Part and Symbol Libraries
- BOM and Title Blocks
- Printing and Plotting
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What's New in version 2014-1.02
- Support of multi-level assemblies:
- You can define a sub-assembly created from multiple objects. It is similar as a definition of single part. The sub-assembly can be further inserted into assemblies, where it behaves as a single object. A sub-assembly itself can contain also inserted parts or other sub-assemblies, so you can create a complex structure of mechanical design.
- Support of relative paths in assembly – sub-assembly – part links: