From:"BricsCad BackOffice" <>
Subject: BricsCAD goes Linux
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 09:41:16 +0100
BricsCad, the market leader in low cost DWG CAD software, today
announced the beta release of BricsCad for Linux. The product is based
on the IntelliCAD kernel.

BricCad for Linux is an "almost clone" of AutoCAD(r). BricsCad uses the
exact same DWG drawing format as AutoCAD(r). Drawings made by BricsCad
can be read by AutoCAD(r) and the other way round.

BricsCad for Linux addresses the untapped group of individual and
corporate professional CAD users in the LINUX community allowing them 
use their operating system of choice without being locked out from the
professional Engineering world and the DWG standard.

The full press release can be found on our website :

English version :

French version :

German version :

Interested beta-testers are invited to contact BricsCad at

Sincerely yours,


Poortakkerstraat 35 C | B-9051 Gent | Belgium
Tel: +32 9 244.01.90 | Fax: +32 9 244.01.99 | Copyright 2003 BricsCad |
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