progeCAD Professional 2017 is launched for better CAD modeling

progeCAD is a simplified 2D/3D DWG-native CAD application that supports AutoCAD. It is mostly suitable for designing, revision and generating technical documentation.

Recently progeCAD Professional 2017 is launched. It is supported with the most recent IntelliCAD 8 engine together with new upgraded ribbon look, superior performance, native 64-bit and multicore support.

progeCAD 2017 is a convenient and robust 2D/3D DWG/DXF CAD software that can read and write DWG/DXF drawing files versions 2.5 – 2017. It supports Windows 10 and applies the completely rewritten source code.

progeCAD Professional consists of the iCADLib blocks manager having more than 22,000 blocks, Classic toolbars and Ribbon-Style GUI, PDF import and export, Google EarthTM Publishing, Express Tools, Cloud integration, ACIS solid modeling, Photorealistic Rendering, PDF, DWF, JPG printing, Raster Image management, Integrated DWG converter, STL 3D Print, Collada DAE, PDF to DWG, Raster to Vector, Spell Checker, wide-ranging libraries, Dynamic Input, Gradient hatch, Polygonal viewports, Etrack, Polar Tracking, EasyArch 3D parametric plugin for architects, customization with VB, VBA, C++ and Lisp.

progeCAD Professional offers huge benefits to the professionals associated with mechanical, construction, infrastructure, architectural, design, geotechnical etc.

progeCAD facilitates the users to export drawing files to any previous AutoCAD® version, from 2.5 right through AutoCAD 2017, both in DWG and DXF formats. All the DWG drawings are distributed among progeCAD and AutoCAD® keeping the vital information as it is.

To avail a 30-days free trial version, visit


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Arka Roy



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