eDrawings Viewer

Can view and print DXF, DWG"
A review by Andrew

This is a software tool which enables you to view files designed by AutoCAD. Apart from just viewing it can also create and share 2D and 3D drawings. AutoCAD files are essential for accuracy and analysis. The “eDrawings Viewer”  is a simple, interactive and intuitive application which can also convert and print AutoCAD files. Beginners have a rough time with the modern 2D/3D applications but with eDrawings Viewer, users a sure of its simplicity and design. The interface support filtering and conversion of different files to allow prompt visualization of specific files. 

The main advantage of the software is that it supports various file formats among them include: DXF, DWG, SLDPRT, SLDDWR, ASMDOT, EPRT, STL, DXF, PRTDOT among others. 

It also has numerous view format controls like, layout, rotate, pan, shadow effects, zoom among others.Irrespective of the original visual outlook the application it can also change the view layout to ensure the 3D formats are presentable. 

In addition, it supports importation from other file formats as well as exportation of the following file formats ZIP,BMP, EXE, HTM, TIF, PNG, JPG and GIF. The toolkit supports various explorations together with supportive view functions.

eDrawings Viewer is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in architecture / cad category and is available to all software users as a free download.

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SolidWorks Corporation
Last Updated On
April 18, 2017
Runs on
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP
Total downloads
File size
134,4 MB

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