Welcome to our site.

We have now officially released Ezicad. We are pushing this product as a conduit between the myriad of free or low cost CAD packages now appearing (for example DraftSight) and the free version of Sketchup.

Sketchup no longer includes a DWG import routine.

Ezicad will open any valid DWG/DXF and create the appropriate SKP file which can be opened by SketchUp. Please download and trial our program.

If there are any entities that are not being successfully transferred please let us know. We intend to continue development.

Regards Steve

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  1. We desperately need a sipmle 3D CAD package for education. In the UK at least Design & Technology departments, which don’t seem to exist in many other countries, are the heaviest users of IT, and they mostly use it for CAD and CAM. It’s hard enough pushing OpenOffice, Gimp, Inkscape etc, but once you admit there is no decent free 3D CAD (and no support for CAM machinery) you’ve lost the argument.If the BRL-CAD kernel is good enough then PLEASE will someone build a decent GUI for it?For personal use I’ve invested in VariCAD, it’s sipmler than most but good enough for school work I prepare for my students and not too hard to learn. Runs on Linux/OSX/Windows. Would be ideal for Edubuntu, anyone like to persuade Mark Shuttleworth to buy the company and open source it?

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