IntelliCAD® is the intelligent choice for
architects, engineers, designers - virtually any professional who creates or
uses CAD drawings.
Here is why:
Unrivaled DWG File Format
IntelliCAD's native file format is .DWG, so when you
open an existing DWG file there's no file conversion and no data loss. We
provide industry standard compatibility with an AutoCAD command set, as well
programming api's such as LISP and SDS (IntelliCAD's C programming API). That
means you can get to work immediately using the DWG files, commands and
applications you rely on.
IntelliCAD offers many unique productivity features,
including the ability to open multiple drawings at once; a Drawing Explorer"
that lets you review and exchange drawing content with drag-and-drop ease; and
visual customization of menus and toolbars -- no programming required! And
thanks to its ActiveX integration, you can insert IntelliCAD drawings (or just
parts of them) into a Microsoft Office application file such as a Visio®
Technical Edition schematic.
For the first time ever, you can buy a heavy-duty CAD
program that's compatible with the .DWG file format and industry standard
applications at mass-market pricing. Other feature-rich, low-cost CAD programs
have tried to create their own standard as opposed to leveraging the existing
.DWG standard. IntelliCAD's low price makes it affordable to anyone who creates
and uses .DWG files.
C, LISP, and VBA
If you have existing applications that were built
using the ADS or AutoLISP libraries, you can quickly port them to IntelliCAD,
using the same languages and functions you are used to. IntelliCAD also
includes a VB object model to implement custom programs quickly within your
You need the following software and
hardware to install and run IntelliCAD.
Microsoft Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows
2000, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows XP
Intel Pentium (or faster) processor
64 megabytes (MB) of RAM
(minimum); 128 MB of RAM or more (recommended)
60 MB of free hard disk space for a full
installation, including sample files, electronic documentation, and online Help
CD-ROM drive if installing from a CD