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BricsCAD V24 Launch Coming Soon

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Dear all,

We are thrilled to announce that the launch of BricsCAD® V24 is right around the corner! As a valued CAD community member, we would love for you to join us.

Date: Monday, October 16, 2023

Time: 14:00 PM – 15:30 PM CEST

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Event Highlights:

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Be the first to preview BricsCAD V24's UI/UX enhancements and innovative new features.

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Uncover tailored workflow advancements for Mechanical, BIM, Civil and Survey sectors.

Bricsys
Experience the power of moving from 2D to 3D and back, on a single DWG-based platform.

This is more than just a product launch – it's a celebration of the community and creativity that drives the BricsCAD platform forward. Whether you're a seasoned user or new to the world of CAD, this event is full of innovations you will not want to miss.

Keep an eye out for more details as October 16 approaches. We can't wait to share what we've been working on!

Click here to confirm your attendance: https://www.bricsys.com/v24-launch?utm_ ... urce=email

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It's going to be a good one! :)
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pburrows145 wrote: Wed Sep 06, 2023 11:48 am It's going to be a good one! :)
I've used Bricscad when i started my own surveying business (15 years ago). It was a full Belgian product back then but the instability with large images made me switch to civil3d.

Maybe i ought to have a look at this new release as i've seen you can use a Microsurvey plugin for surveyors now.
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landmeterbeuckx wrote: Thu Sep 07, 2023 6:42 am
pburrows145 wrote: Wed Sep 06, 2023 11:48 am It's going to be a good one! :)
I've used Bricscad when i started my own surveying business (15 years ago). It was a full Belgian product back then but the instability with large images made me switch to civil3d.

Maybe i ought to have a look at this new release as i've seen you can use a Microsurvey plugin for surveyors now.
I use it exclusively for my work. It's gotten to be pretty good with its out of the box functions with point clouds. I'm able to use the "Civil" tools to export IFCs or LandXMLs directly to my total station. When I need to move my point clouds around, I can choose the center of gravity, and maneuver it by distance or angle, with either a slider or typing it in. I can export that cloud with it's new coords (unstructured). I'm not an AutoCAD expert by any means, but I've found it to be much better thus far in my career.
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