ZWCAD 2023 Built to Be User-Friendly

In this version, the Table Tool was enhanced to satisfy various and customized needs from different industries.

In this version, the Table Tool was enhanced to satisfy various and customized needs from different industries.

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ZWSOFT, a provider of all-in-one CAx solutions, has released its latest version of flagship 2D CAD product—ZWCAD 2023. 

There is a new feature, Sheet Set Manager, which allows users to view, access, edit, plot and archive multiple drawings in one panel. 

In this version, the Table Tool was enhanced to satisfy various and customized needs from different industries. Users can unify the style of their table using Match Cell and add blocks as they need with Block Insertion. After setting up a table, the table can be saved as a template for further use. 

In ZWCAD 2023, there is an efficiency increase in operations like Select, Delete, Pan, Zoom and 3D Render. Compared to the previous version, it’s faster in selecting multiple objects in a drawing and faster in deleting them. 

In this new version, users can change a 3D entity’s shape easily by dragging the grips. Users can also edit its shape precisely by modifying its information in the properties panel. In addition, geometric information of a 3D model will appear dynamically and its dimensions will update automatically when its shape is changed. 

In ZWCAD 2023, the company introduced the use of 3D mouse products from 3D connextion. Users can pan, Rotate, pan or zoom a 3D entity freely on a 3D mouse. They can also carry on frequently used commands on it. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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