CADMATE 2021 - NEW FUNCTIONALITIES
CADMATE 2021 version optimizes 3D functionalities with adding a series of new commands. Other new features like
Quick Measure, Import/Export custom settings, and point cloud greatly improve user’s efficiency to obtain dimensional
data, transfer user settings, and view point cloud data. Plus, the significant improvements of tool palette and Mtext editor
will lighten workload tasks and design process
Now Tool Palette allows to add a tool based on an existing hatch pattern. You can drag and drop a hatch objects with specified scales into Tool Palettes.
You can use the CONVTOSOLID command to convert eligible objects like 3D meshes, surfaces, closed polylines and circles into 3D solids.
You can use the POLYSOLID command to create 3D solid in a shape of a wall directly or by selecting existing
polylines. A polysolid is drawn the same way as a polyline, which is created with continuous straight and curved segments.
3D objects like solids, closed polylines, regions, 3D face, 3D surfaces, polygon meshes all can be converted to mesh objects. And the objects will be smoothed at the same time of conversion.
You can use PLANESURF command to create a planar surface by selecting closed objects or specifying the opposite corners of a rectangular surface.
You can use the CONVTOSURFACE command to convert eligible objects into 3D surfaces.
You can use the POLYSOLID command to create 3D solid in a shape of a wall directly or by selecting existing polylines.
A polysolid is drawn the same way as a polyline, which is created with continuous straight and curved segments.
CADMATE 2021 supports a new quick measure feature with RAPIDDIST command, which measures distance and angle between 2D objects along X, Y axis rapidly by moving your mouse.
CADMATE 2021 supports two point cloud file extensions (.rcp and .rcs) as attachment in a drawing. Users can apply
object color and RGB scan colors to display point cloud data.
You can use SURFOFFSET command to create a parallel surface at a specified distance from the original surface.