PowerCADD lets you draw like that, and it doesn’t get in your way. Draw floor plans. Machinery. Charts. Sketch a bush. Doodle a cloud. A flower. You can do it your way in PowerCADD. It’s easy and it’s fun.
Within your first hour, you will realize this CADD package is different. Not only do you get that old familiar feeling of drawing paper, but you can move around quickly and easily, draw lines and objects, drop in doors and windows, dimension the whole drawing in less time than it takes to get a cup of coffee, but oh, the curves. Just turn your genius loose.
Few things have created as much excitement in the Macintosh CAD community as the introduction of WildTools for PowerCADD. Suddenly users had drawing tools that easily matched or exceeded the capabilities of high-end CAD and illustration programs. With the introduction of WildTools 2.0, the high-end programs were left in the dust, and Macintosh users finally had drawing tools to make their PC friends green with envy. Now with WildTools 4, the progress continues and you have powerful tools for isometric drawing, architecture and mechanical drawings.
Topography Tools allow you to place a reference point object in the drawing that has a Z height and name as well as the normal X and Y location. These objects can be imported from or exported to a text file. In PowerCADD, you can do a 3D interpolation of the points. It is possible to automatically draw a section of the terrain surface.
Save an enormous amount of time and effort with PowerCADD’s add-on libraries. Tools and images for architectural applications, mechanical engineering, residential and landscaping, you’re sure to find a library that enhances your workflow.