GUANGZHOU, China — (BUSINESS WIRE) — June 2, 2013 — ZWCAD Design, an innovative supplier of CAD solutions for the MCAD and AEC industries, today officially launched ZWCAD+ 2012 SP2 highlighting greatly-enhanced image and hatch modules, as well as easy online collaboration functionality. With excellent design efficiency and user experience, the new service pack represents a giant leap from the previous versions.
Superior display accuracy and fluency for large raster images
ZWCAD+ 2012 SP2 is equipped with a brand new image engine, which enables ZWCAD+ to process images more fluently. Designers will easily find some improvements, such as much smoother preview, insert, pan and zoom actions than before. The instant response and clear display from the image enhancement will be especially obvious with images over 1 G.
More versatile hatch functions for excellent efficiency
The Hatch module in ZWCAD+ 2012 SP2, is equipped with new Boundary Edit providing a quick and flexible way to modify the existing hatched area. Designers can change the shape of a hatched area by removing the boundary instead of creating a new one.
In a bid to save more time for users in testing out each change to the object, the unique Dynamic Preview tool allows designers to see the changes in real time without quitting the hatch dialog box when they create or adjust a hatch.
Easy online collaboration between PC and mobile devices
ZWCAD+ now enables you to view your design on mobile devices, including tablet and phone. Through integrated third-party cloud services, like Dropbox and Google Drive. You only need to, first download ZWCAD Touch on your IOS mobile devices; second, authorize the third-party cloud services integrated in ZWCAD Touch; and last, save your drawing in the cloud service and open it with ZWCAD+ on your computer.
About ZWCAD Design
ZWCAD Design Co., Ltd., the wholly-owned subsidiary of ZWSOFT, is an international CAD software provider through its network of over 100 partners in 60+ countries and regions. Its product ZWCAD+ is used by CAD designers across the AEC and MCAD industries.