LibreCAD is a 2D CAD drawing tool based on the community edition of QCad LibreCAD has been re-structured and ported to qt4 and works natively cross platform OSX, Windows and Linux
- 2D CAD software
Good Idea, I was looking for a replacement of Autosketch and DXF compatible. It often crashes (fortunatly, there is an auto backup) It terribly lacks of integrated help (license problem ?), The on line documentation is incomplete, out of date, or boring (long text without formatting) and hard to find. After a getting started, and learn some shortcuts, learn the behaviour, the origins, the relative, absolute coordinates, you can produce respectful sketches. It is not trivial, you have to practice. There are still major bugs, anoying bug (snapping problem...), runtime crash BUT it is highly developped, and bugs are quickly fixed. There is a version 3 in preparation. To resume, it can be an Autoskectch alternative (be aware of scaling, dimensions, unities, codepage, thickness...) that is compatible with DXF (a standard format for that) It horribly lacks of HELP !!! A little difficult to learn : it is similar to 1994 Autoskectch but easier. Although it crashes with unkown reason, you can use it. It get lots of features (and growing)
I have not worked much but some of my friends are doing lot of work and they like it alot.. truthful review....
Good i hope rigth+click to command (like move)