CAD Import .NET
CAD Import .NET is a multipurpose software with a wide scope of use, which is necessary for developing applications in a vast range of industrial sectors, such as mechanical engineering, building, circuit technology, cartography and analytic systems, where it is necessary to work with CAD file formats such as DWG, DXF, PLT (HPGL), CGM and others.
Develop smart CAD-enabled applications in Microsoft Visual Studio - boost your .Net software with the ability to instantly read and process data and graphics from CAD drawings and save the result to a file, database or program for CNC machines.
Whether your software is for viewing or analyzing CAD drawings, developing documentation, designing monitoring systems or analyzing unit construction, programming CNC machines or other routines that involve handling CAD files in DWG, DXF, PLT (HPGL), CGM and others formats, - with CAD Import .NET you can quickly link your application to the CAD drawing to be handled and import all the data your application needs from the drawing directly from the CAD file.
Equipped with CAD Import .NET, your application can access all the objects in the CAD files. It can display them, access the entities and their properties, import that data from the drawing into your .Net software or link the CAD drawing with the construction database—independently of AutoCAD or any other CAD software.
CAD Import .NET does not require AutoCAD or any of its components. CAD files, edited with CAD Import .Net, remain fully readable for other CAD applications. The library contains managed code only and displays drawings with GDI+ methods. It is by many times “lighter” than AutoCAD and takes only a couple of hours at the most to get along with it.
The library comes with a handful of application examples and a comprehensive developer’s guide.
The library enables your .Net applications to open, view and print drawings in all popular CAD formats, including: AutoCAD DWG & DXF, PLT (HPGL) and CGM. It can handle regular image files too, including BMP, JPEG, TIFF, GIF, and other formats.
- Linking CAD documentation to database management systems.
- Running thorough analysis of CAD drawings.
- Development of vector-graphic document management system.
- Development of monitoring system.
CAD Import .NET is inevitable for the development of applications for mechanical engineering, building construction, circuit technology, cartography and analytic systems.