SOLIDWORKS eDrawings is a high compressible viewer that allows anyone to communicate and collaborate on their 2D and 3D designs. eDrawings is email-enabled which makes sharing product design information a breeze. Whether you are a CAD designer that uses CAD daily, or you are on the marketing side of the business, eDrawings makes it easy for anyone and everyone to view, interpret and understand 2D and 3D designs.
Yes, eDrawings has a mobile app that allows users to review CAD models and drawings on mobile devices. Stop guessing or wondering if you added fillets to the edges of a model before sending it out to a vendor. With eDrawings mobile app, you can quickly view your models and drawings to remove all doubt.
Below is a screenshot of eDrawings on an iPhone.
SOLIDWORKS eDrawings on an iPhone
eDrawings mobile takes advantage of all the mobile technology we have available to us today. Multi-touch gestures let you pan, zoom, and rotate models to inspect and interpret.
Configurations, multiple drawing sheets, and exploded assembly model views are also supported by the eDrawings mobile app.
The eDrawings mobile app's Augmented Reality (AR) feature lets you use your device's camera to view your model in real-world environments. You can move the model around a room and even adjust the scale of it to really interpret its design in a real-world situation.
Below are screenshots of an assembly in an exploded view (see image A) and a screenshot of the Augment Reality (see image B).
Image A: eDrawings Exploded View Example
Image B: eDrawings Augmented Reality Example
The mobile app for eDrawings is available for download from both Android and iOS devices. The app is available in Standard and Pro versions with only a few differences between the two; one of which is a small one-time fee. For Standard, the fee is $1.99 and $9.99 for Professional.
Below you will find all the features that the eDrawings app has to offer.
Features on both Standard and Professional versions:
Features exclusive to Professional:
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About Agustin Jimenez
Agustin Jimenez is an Application Engineer at GoEngineer based out of Fresno, California. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from California State University, Long Beach and is a CSW-P certified in Weldments, Sheet Metal, and Mechanical Design.
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