Accuracy is greatly enhanced by computers, as well as processing speed. Specialized CAD applications are widely used nowadays to make designs before the project is actually built. Amongst others, you can use DXF Editor in order to import suggested files or take advantage of the various creation tools put at your disposal.
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The application sports a rather simple design, but is intuitive enough to quickly get you up and running. Most of the space is dedicated to editing, with several tabs letting you switch between more layouts and side panels providing quick access to creation and editing tools.
What's noticeable from the start is the lack of a ruler for enhanced accuracy. Sadly, this option is not left out by default but is a feature not implemented, which would have greatly come in handy since it's a CAD application. The only method to measure is with a dedicated drawing tool, but it's mostly used for representation because you manually enter values to be displayed.
On the other hand, the set of creation tools it comes equipped with is pretty decent. You get do draw lines, polygons, circles, splines, points, or you can use the freehand tool for sketches and even insert text if anything needs to be mentioned in the design.
Just like any other drawing utility, your mouse is used to do most of the job. There's also the possibility to further edit objects once created, with options to erase, resize, rotate, mirror or exponentially multiply objects with an array tool.
Unfortunately, customization options aren't so abundant and only apply as a general rule to layers. This means that setting line style, color and size makes all objects in the specific layer follow these specifications, cutting out a great deal of flexibility.
Luckily, there's an implemented layer manager that lets you set up multiple ones, toggle visibility and at any point re-configure line settings. However, it can get pretty difficult to work or trigger them and drawing utilities only seem to apply to the default layer, regardless of your selection or visibility options.
To sum it up, DXF Editor doesn't fully live up to expectations, leaving a little more to be desired overall. The lack of measurement tools is frustrating, and layer management proves to be more of a challenge, with customization options greatly limiting your design. Sure, you can load and save DXF files and it's rather easy to use, but the poor implementation or missing features might make enthusiasts look away.
|File Size: 894 KB
|Added: Dec 23rd 2014
User rating: 3.1
Company: CAD-KAS GbR - -
|Supported Operating System: Win 2K, Win XP, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit