Supported Direct Interfaces include:
TurboCAD® (IMSI/Design) v8 – v20 (including 64-bit v20)
TurboCAD LTE v5
AutoCAD® (Autodesk®) v13 – 2012
AutoCAD LT® (Autodesk®) 95 – 2013
AutoCAD® Architecture 2007 – 2013
AutoCAD® Architectural Desktop 2005 – 2006
AutoCAD® Mechanical Desktop MD2 – MD6; 2004 – 2010
CADdy+ 2008 -2011
CATIA 5 R21 – R22
Inventor 5 -11; 2009 – 2013
MegaCAD Makro 4.8/5.0, 2010, 2011
OneSpace Designer 12 -14 & 17; 2004-2008
ProEngineer 2000 – 2001
ProEngineer Wildfire 1 -5
Smart Sketch 3 – 5
Solid Edge (UGS) v8 – v20; ST – ST
SolidWorks 99, 2000 – 2012
TopSolid 2003 – 201
VectorWorks 11 – 12.5; 2008 & 2009, 2011,2012
Note: Direct Interface support varies by symbol or model selected
.SAT 1.5 – 6.0
.STP, STEP AP 203-214
Pentium ll Processor or faster
256 MB RAM
Super VGA graphics card
SuperVGA monitor capable of at least 800×600 resolution
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- Increase Productivity Across Industries This incredible library contains 2D symbols and freely revolving 3D models for architectural, mechanical, electronic, and electrical drafting and design. Both metric and imperial measurements are supported. It’s perfect for professionals creating detailed designs who want to directly download complex symbols into their drawing instead of create them from scratch.
- Save Symbols to Popular CAD and Graphic File Formats For added flexibility you can also save symbols and import them into your drawing in many vector and bitmap formats including: .DXF .DWG .DWF .SVG .BMP .JPG .PNG .TIF
- Applications supported with: New CADsymbols v6 include TurboCAD (including 32 and 64-bit versions) TurboCAD LTE DoubleCAD AutoCAD (including LT, Mechanical & Architectural Desktop CATIA Solid Edg IntelliCAD ProE VectorWorks and dozens more.
- Quickly Find What You Need Once you have selected the CAD application or file format you need, select whether you wish to use 2D or 3D symbols. Next, choose the drawing Standard with which you want to work (ANSI or ISO, for example). Select the industry the design is for (Architecture, Plant Engineering, etc) and further refine your search to relevant symbol categories and sub-categories within that industry.