Bricsys Announces BricsCAD® V14 for Linux

New version adds redesigned context-sensitive Quad cursor, Sheet Metal Design, Associative Views and Sections, and other features completely new for the Linux market.

February 17, 2014 - BricsCAD offers all the familiar CAD features yet it adds time saving tools and 3D Direct Modeling. V14 extends BricsCAD with a refreshed user interface, the redesigned intelligent Quad cursor, new functions for generating associative views and sections, and sheet metal design for the mechanical CAD market.
”I’m very proud of the development team who worked incredibly hard to bring so much new functionality into BricsCAD V14. We continue to deliver on our promise to unify 2D CAD and 3D direct modeling for .dwg on Linux.”
Erik De Keyser, Bricsys CEO

Generate associative 2D and 3D views and sections

Automatically generate orthographic, isometric, and section views. The views are updated automatically when the 3D model changes.
Sheet metal design

Create 3D sheet metal parts by extruding 2D profiles and adding new flanges trough simple push/pull actions. Bends, junctions and reliefs are added automatically. The parts can be unfolded automatically and then exported as 2D .dwg or 2D .dxf files for use with CAM systems.

Productivity improvements

V14 gives BricsCAD a fresh new look and feel. New commands, such as AddSelected and SelectSimilar, together with the redesigned context-sensitive Quad cursor, provide users double-digit productivity improvements.  Other additional new functions in BricsCAD V14 are:
  • Annotative styles and entities30,000 3D Standard Parts library
  • Helix and Sweep commands for 3D modeling
  • QDim, MLeader, ConvertPoly, and HatchEdit commands for 2D drafting
  • New licensing engine for stand-alone, network, and volume licenses
Available Now

The English language versions of BricsCAD V14, are available now. Translated versions will be made available in the coming weeks.  For a no-charge 30-day trial version visit
Prices for BricsCAD V14 editions range from €350/$445 to €845/$985 and can be obtained from the Bricsys website or from the BricsCAD Sales Points in more than 70 countries worldwide.
About Bricsys

Bricsys is a global provider of dwg engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD® brand. With its relentless commitment to the success of the BricsCAD community, Bricsys is focused on providing industrial-strength CAD software and industry leading support at a compelling price. Its customers can be found in the AEC, GIS, civil engineering, process and power, and mechanical CAD markets.
Bricsys was founded in 2002, and is a founding member of the Open Design Alliance. For additional information about Bricsys, visit


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