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ZwSurf 2008i trial available, enable you to import 3D ASCII point data

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 ZwSurf 2008i trial available, enable you to import 3D ASCII point data
05-06-2008 11:56 . pm | View his/her posts only
ZwSurf 2008i is available for ZwCAD 2008i.


Built as application for the ZwCAD 2008i engine, ZwSurf enables you to import 3D ASCII point data, compute surfaces, elevation and contour maps. Compute grading cut and fill volumes and much more. ZwSurf functions as a complete and affordable software solution for the land surveyors and civil engineers !



Free trial download at http:'www.zwcadtools.com

Make sure to read the installation instructions for the ZwSurf menu in ZwCAD

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hello, Dirk. Thanks for your share on this category. Yes, that's a useful application for ZWCAD users in survey and civil engineering industries. We will recommend it to our other users. Hopefully more and more developers can share their applications here.


By the way, we also have released and will release more third-party applications info there: http://www.zwcad.org/ProductPartner.asp

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05-06-2008 11:56 . pm | View his/her posts only

I second that. May we see more and more of such useful stuff Thumbs%20Up

Almost missed the "By the way..." Wow! But where's architecture stuff?? Why this discrimination against ArchT - one of the oldest Intellicad addons? AngryBig%20smile

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hello, Maker. It seems that you misunderstood something. Actually, now we have one colleague mainly to focus on collecting the add ons info from our dealers or other developers. And when we know the info about architecture addons, we will publish there as well. TongueBig%20smile

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06-06-2008 04:17 . pm | View his/her posts only
Thank you for the clarification, Rab :)

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hello,

In cooperation with an architectural company we are currently working on 2D (2.5 D) architectural tools. 2D objects will be getting 3D information so it will be possible to use the 2D objects to create views and sections. But for starters we will be focussing on local (european) standards.

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Wowww! That is good news, indeed.
I hope this is not a stupid question - but how about ArchT? I remember (trying) it as one hell of a program. Though there was a period (like Intellicad) when it seemed like it had gone to sleep.
Anyway, Good Luck. I'm looking forward to trying it out.

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