In continuation of our first tutorial on custom blocks, we would like to introduce further features for customizable blocks with a second tutorial. At first, we focus on creating a customizable block that can be mirrored after insertion by clicking on a special handle and later, to create two different variants of a block using the visibility state.
On March 27, 2019, the Graebert-Japan Meeting was held in Tokyo, Japan. The focus of this year was on Graebert’s Modern DWG editing concept with The ARES Trinity of CAD Software. The Graebert-Japanese meeting was a great success, with a packed conference hall despite the tight schedule for Japanese companies with the end of their fiscal year and the upcoming spring holidays.
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Graebert is the second leading source of DWG-based drafting technology in the world after Autodesk. It creates its own line of drafting tools, delivered as an innovative “Trinity” of desktop, mobile, and cloud (browser-based)
If you have not tried yet the new ARES Commander 2019, we would like to highlight in this article some of the great features of this release.
‘With other CAD software, creating and modifying DWG drawings would require you to download the file on your computer and upload it to your Onshape Documents, manually, again and again after each modification. Using the ARES Kudo app, you can read and modify your DWG drawings without ever leaving the Onshape environment.’
Custom blocks are blocks for which you can define rules and constraints that allow you to quickly change their size, shape, and appearance.
ARES Commander is using the DWG format as its native format which makes it easy to share files with other CAD software such as AutoCAD® or MicroStation®. In the previous version we released the possibility to read and modify drawings saved in the DWG 2018 format. Now, this format becomes also the default format to save your drawings.
Graebert among the first Advanced Technology Partners to achieve the AWS Industrial Software Competency with its Cloud-based CAD technology ARES Kudo. In the video above, you see Robert Graebert, CTO Graebert GmbH explaining how Graebert GmbH’s Cloud-based technology for DWG editing, ARES Kudo, is leveraging Amazon Web Services technologies to scale it’s IT infrastructure.
In this video, we will learn how to use the “Visibility” parameter in order to change between the 6 types of doors that can be seen here.