New features in ARES® Kudo

Modern DWG Editing in a Browser 1. Commenting on workflow desktop, mobile, and cloud, 2. Commenting on view-only links, 3. Allow view-only drawings to export to PDF, PNG and .SLD and much more

Create and Refresh BIM drawings in ARES Commander

In this video, we will see how ARES Commander can create 2D drawings in DWG format from a BIM project. We can import BIM files in RVT format of Revit, or IFC format. We can even combine different BIM files to mix the BIM information from different sources.

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Metrica Talks About ARES Kudo & the Cloud

“We (Metrica Interior Design) first learned about ARES CAD Software in 2016 when we were looking for alternatives to AutoCAD. We were specifically looking for a solution that allows production, assembly line, as well as the project managers and purchasing team to open, edit, manage and share DWG-files including the use of our own toolkit.”

Graebert Offers Extended Trial of ARES Kudo

Graebert has announced the free availability of Ares Kudo through May. The company says the move was made out of consideration for the millions of professionals who are required to work remotely. Kudo is Graebert’s cloud-based option for its Ares CAD systems.

Robert Graebert and Yoji Ebata teasing the features that will come in ARES in the coming months

Graebert Japan Annual Meeting 2020

On March 5, 2020, Graebert Japan held the Graebert Japan Annual Meeting 2020 in Akihabara, Tokyo. Graebert Japan is the Japanese subsidiary of Gräbert GmbH (aka Graebert) in Germany which offers the “ARES” series of DWG compatible CAD software (Formerly JDraf) with outstanding cost performance and advanced technology.

Associative Patterns (aka Arrays)

Associative Patterns (aka Arrays)

ARES CAD Software now brings array copies of the same entity along multiple lines and columns and lets you modify the pattern as you wish. Patterns allow you to replicate an entity following a linear or circular organization or along a path. These patterns are now associative. You can now edit them using grips or by a double-click on the associative pattern.