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KOMPAS-Graphic: 2D Drawings Editor as standalone application or as KOMPAS-3D V13 Plus plug-in.
The KOMPAS-Graphic V15 drawing editor is capable of automating 2D design and engineering plans for various industry verticals. It is used for machine design,
engineering works, and for generating layout drawings and diagrams.
KOMPAS-Graphic V15 can automatically generate associative drawings from three-dimensional models, including cuts, sections, local cuts, detail views, views
arrows, and views with breaks. All of these are associated with the 3D model, so that any changes to the model are reflected in the 2D drawings.
Standard views are automatically constructed, with links to projections. The properties of 2D drawings, such as designation, description, and
weight, are synchronized with the 3D model.
KOMPAS-Graphic can be used in two ways:
As a drawing and design module fully integrated into KOMPAS-3D.
As an independent product fully capable of handling all 2D designing and documentation requirements
KOMPAS-Graphic's functions are aimed at quickly creating high-quality drawings and diagrams, performing calculations, generating explanatory
specifications, and instructions, and outputting other documents.
KOMPAS-Graphic imports and exports drawings in DXF, DWG, and IGES formats. These translation tools allow you to exchange data with clients and
customers using any other drawing system.
KOMPAS-Graphic includes the following features:
Management of objects in drawings.
Various methods and modes for constructing graphical primitives, including orthogonal drawing and grid snapping.
Multi-document mode for working with many drawings at once.
Well-designed and convenient interface makes the designer's work fast and enjoyable.
Power tools for creating parametric models of typical parts and assemblies.
Creation of typical fragment libraries, with no need for programming.
Fully flexible styles for lines, shading, and text.
Numerous methods for placing dimensions and notations.
Automatic selection of tolerances and deviation values.