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Bricsys Inc

45 Hanna Cir
Merrimack, New Hampshire, 03054
United States of America

As a full-fledged 2D & 3D CAD software program, BricsCAD offers professionals one of the most advanced and intuitive drawing and modeling solutions out there. Available in three editions and open to third-party developers, it is beyond any AutoCAD® alternative. Thanks to our flexible network and volume licensing options, BricsCAD fits right into your enterprise or SME. And for students and academic institutions, it’s completely free.

Bricsys in the News

Companies on a mission to boost to VR workflow.

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Now in V22, the BricsCAD family of products is optimized to improve design, construction and manufacturing workflows. 

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

BricsCAD V21 marries BIM, mechanical design with flexible licensing.

New agreement gives telecom network service providers the ability to choose from a variety of licensing options for the same functionality as traditional CAD interfaces.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Bricsys celebrated the first anniversary of the acquisition at its most recent annual conference by showing off new partnerships, new drafting technology and more.

The desire for increased flexibility and an ongoing relationship with vendors is fueling a shift toward subscription-based pricing models.

BricsCAD V19 extends beyond AutoCAD’s capabilities.

MIT launches online experiment to add human perspective on AI training for self-driving cars, Hexagon buys Bricsys, known for DWG-compatible BricsCAD, ANSYS launches new app store, and more.

Hexagon reshapes the drafting marketplace with Bricsys acquisition.

Rapid advances in artificial intelligence could alter the way designers work.

“Stick with .dwg” was the conference slogan, and Bricsys has proven over the years it has the will to make itself a player to be taken seriously.

At developer conferences, Graebert and Bricsys show how to push the DWG envelope in new directions and three dimensions.

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