Autodesk DWG TrueView
Due to the advancements in technology, most projects are designed with the help of specialized computer applications. Depending on circumstances, you might just need to view and analyze a certain project, without having to run the whole CAD application, which can take some time and resources. Luckily, with the help of utilities like Autodesk DWG TrueView, you can simply take a look at projects designed in AutoCAD.
Visually appealing and easy to use
The application's interface resembles that of AutoCAD, but with considerably less features. Multiple projects can be opened at the same time, each being stored in a separate tab. A powerful set of navigation options is put at your disposal so that you can pan, zoom in / out, rotate, or even a full navigation wheel, sporting even more mobility options.
On the visual side, Autodesk DWG TrueView is well-polished and clever arrangement of features lets even the less experienced quickly accommodate.
Convert and export files
Loading a file can easily be done by having it dragged over the main window, as well as through the dedicated file menu explorer. As the name suggests, you are only allowed to import DWG or DXF files to be analyzed.
Once this is done, you are free to view from any possible angle, take advantage of advanced measuring tools, or even switch styles to 2D wireframe, realistic or shaded, to name a few.
In addition, the application gives you the possibility to convert DWG files to its older type for increased compatibility with outdated versions of AutoCAD. Project files can be exported to a PDF format to easily include in a document. Printing is also available, with an abundance of settings you can configure before it puts the process in motion.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Autodesk DWG TrueView is an application that shouldn't be missing from any designer's computer. You get acquainted with its features right from the start, due to the clever design and enhances the way you analyze CAD projects.