Easy-to-Use 2D Drawing & Illustration for Windows.
PC Draft Personal Edition, an easy-to-use
graphic design solution to rival any other vector-based design tool on
PC Draft PE is based on our PC Draft software and the differences between the two are as follows:
|Features||PC Draft||PC Draft PE |
|Custom Dimension Palette|
|Custom Fill Colors & Patterns|
|AutoCAD DWG/DXF Import & Export|
|Limited Paper Size Up To A3(UK)/B(US)|
|Printed Manual(with CD version only)|
Features & Benefits
The right tools for the job whatever it may be
The Tool palette offers a full complement of
drawing tools including lines, rectangles,
circles, arcs, polygons, curves, parallel line
and freehand tools.
Parallel line and polygon
tools make it easy to create exterior walls.
Add interior walls with a mouse click using
the parallel extrude tool. Some tools can be
configured from the Tool Palette to provide
several drawing options. For example, arcs
can be drawn by their radius, any 3 points, or
as an elliptical arc.
There are also special
tools to create lines tangent, perpendicular,
and parallel to edges. Alternatively, lines can
automatically be drawn from the center of an object, as
well as from the middle or end points of a line or edge
of an object.
A fully scaled environment
PC Draft PE offers it's users maximum control over
their drawing setup, you can select from English or Metric units and
work at your desired scale.
A dimension tool for every occasion
Whether you need horizontal, vertical, diagonal,
angular, perpendicular, radial or diameter dimensions, PC Draft PE's
dimension palette is always on hand to provide them.
Pinpoint accurate object control
The Resize palette displays the
size of an object, text, or
picture. When you select an
item, its unique measurement
parameters are displayed. Using
the keyboard, you can quickly
and precisely edit any of the
item's measurements to a new
absolute value, or a new value
relative to its current size; the
item is resized instantly. The
Resize palette can also be used
to move objects or vertices to
new absolute or relative positions.