Nanocad Pro, Solid Works Plus, Xsteel Plus, and the New Nanosoft CAD Suite
NanoCAD is a free, open-source 2D design software application released by Nanosoft for Windows operating systems. It has a number of useful features which make CAD-CAM software run more quickly and efficiently. The initial review of nanoCAD was not done fully in the sense that it was not extensively tested on any platform, but a limited list of features has already been compiled and that's what we're going to discuss in this article. This review concentrates on features which are important for hobbyists who regularly use CAD software, but may also be used by other professionals who are just starting out with their own design software. This software can also be used for architectural and civil engineering design, and for modeling soil and ground textures, soil hydraulics, and the structure of soft structures such as houses and furniture.
As far as hobbyist use is concerned, it is quite obvious that any user of this software must be interested in both accuracy and speed. Right from drafting up plans and building the structures, the entire process needs to be accurate and fast. To achieve this, nanoCAD plus comes with a large number of built-in tools, which make things easier for users and allow them to complete their tasks very fast. Among these are AutoCAD Plus, FreeCAD, Xsteel Plus, and Solid Works Plus among others. Moreover, the software also comes with a large number of sample models and prototypes to help you get started with your project.
The list is quite long for those interested in commercial applications of this CAD software. They would find that it comes with Autocad Pro 4.5, Solid Works Pro 4.5, ProAdvent, ProCraft, and AutoCAD Free Edition. All these add value to the overall package, and therefore it is not surprising that even big organizations use these design tools to bring up their efficiency. It is quite possible that the nanoscale technology with nanodiamonds will be so advanced that we may soon be able to print intricate images on any surface using the latest technology.