Dassault Systemes plans to launch the DraftSight solution, a free, professional-grade 2D CAD product delivered using an open business model.
Currently in public beta and available for download at www.3ds.com, DraftSight gives you a better way to read, write, and share DWG files. Based on an advanced architecture, DraftSight is easy to use, generally takes only a few minutes to download, and runs on multiple operating systems including Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 (Mac OS and Linux support will be available later this year). Draft Sight is available for all users, including CAD professionals, students, and educators.
With the DraftSight community, users can learn by interacting with members and letting their opinions be heard about specific topics, challenges, or anything they are passionate about when it comes to CAD and DraftSight. In addition, community members will have the opportunity to share ideas and participate in DraftSight’s transparent, open product development process. Through the global community experience, DraftSight users can choose from a variety of support options, including Community Support, and fee-based Value-added support packages that offer telephone, email, and remote desktop support.
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