Graebert’s ARES Trinity of CAD software incorporates three programs: ARES Commander, for Windows and macOS desktop computers; ARES Touch, for Android and iOS tablets and smartphones; and ARES Kudo, which runs entirely in an Internet browser.
ARES Commander is CAD software, not BIM — but it greatly simplifies BIM documentation, thanks to its growing array of tools that streamline 3D-to-2D workflows. These tools enable AEC professionals to document BIM projects with smart DWG files that retain all the information of the original BIM objects.
In ARES Commander 2023, you’ll find a host of improvements designed to boost your productivity, starting with our top five new features for CAD users. Contextual ribbons, linking table data with Excel, cycling selection, 3D View Navigator, and Pack and Go for sheet sets can help you get more out of the time you spend on CAD tasks.
Mechanical design and drafting professionals have made DWG-based software an industry standard for a generation. In the decades since the DWG data storage format was introduced, however, the software market has evolved, giving professionals more DWG-based options to choose from.
ARES CAD technologies eliminate waste in AEC/O workflows from design to construction for Japanese Big 5 firm Taisei Corporation.
New features in Graebert’s mechanical CAD solution enable users to fully access and modify legacy drawings created in Autodesk’s AutoCAD Mechanical.
The principal analyst of consulting firm Consilia Vektor, Randall Newton has devoted decades to analysis, reporting, and education about design and engineering software — yet there’s always something new to learn.
How can BIM data be efficiently shared with all the professionals involved in the project? With DWG — and ARES Commander builds better bridges between BIM creators and DWG consumers.
With one foot in architecture and one in journalism, the founder of Architosh, Anthony Frausto-Robledo has built a successful career that straddles both worlds — and gives him a unique perspective on digital transformation.
The CEO and founder of aec+tech Niknaz Aftahi believes that everyone — from architects to outlaw students — should have access to the latest knowledge, and she’s determined to help.