VariCAD With Keygen is a new and powerful software designed for mechanical engineers. In recent years VariCAD has high growth in the mechanical industry and has led to many changes in production and manufacturing processes. In the past, all of these designs were done manually and with a lot of errors. But today with thanks to the advancement of computer software, this process is much shorter and much more productive.
Drawing functions are optimized for easy use in engineering. Some handy features of 2D drawing include: automatic detection of objects and snap points, numerous snap modes, auxiliary construction lines, Ortho mode, rectangular grid, drawing layers, block creation, hatching with automatic border detection, advanced dimensioning, finish symbols, welding symbols, tolerance symbols, and many more. You can draw in millimeters or in inches.
This version supports 3D mouse under Linux. VariCAD commands are available from 3D mouse keys. Next new features are isometric views in 3D mode and 2D objects created from data loaded from *.csv files or, generally, text files (files containing XY coordinates). User interface contains virtual numerical pad available for values input, and rebuilt dialog panels used for definition of basic solids (like box, cylinder…). The new version has improved parts of 3D kernel, including input/output of STEP files.
Key Features And Highlights:
- Watch how to create your 3D models or 2D drawings with VariCAD. This online demostration shows you how the VariCAD interface looks and how easy it is to design with the program.
User Interface and System Environment:
- VariCAD’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) has been designed to allow quick and intuitive 3D/2D orientation. We carefully tailored and tuned the GUI to reflect the thought process of a designer, so that ideas can be captured and communicated with a minimal number of steps. All commands were created with a focus on ease of use. An intelligent cursor, numerous detection and selection modes, 2D construction lines, and the orthogonal grid are just some of the tools that make working with VariCAD so easy.
- You can start by creating a 3D model and then use it to automatically create drawings files, or you can draw only in 2D. Designing in 3D is generally more “natural,” in that it closely represents actual parts and assemblies. The 3D approach is usually more intuitive than 2D drafting. Models created in 3D are easily converted into conventional 2D documentation.
- VariCAD provides a library of basic 3D solids (prism, cylinder, cone, etc.), which are easily modified by editing the original profile or parameters. Solids can also easily be created by profile rotation, extrusion, or lofting. More complex tools include rotation blending between two profiles, lofting between a circle and rectangle, and creation of helical surfaces.
- Solids can be added or subtracted, thus forming Boolean trees representing real mechanical parts. Boolean operations have options for automatic trimming, or automatic removal of subtracted volumes. Predefined operations like hole drilling, face milling, groove milling and edge beveling/filleting are also available. Boolean trees are very easy to edit.
3D Tools – Assemblies, Groups, Parts etc:
- VariCAD also provides tools for assembly support. If the link between a part and assembly is defined, any changes made to the part file are reflected in the assembly file and vice-versa. Linked copies can also be defined. In this case, editing of one object causes all its linked copies to be updated. Solid groups can be defined as well, making selection and visibility changes simple for multiple objects.
Crash Tests (Interference’s):
- One excellent feature of 3D modeling is component interference checking. VariCAD can check 3D assemblies for possible collisions (overlapping volume) between components.
- VariCAD can calculate 2D section area, surface area, volume, mass, center of gravity, and moment of gyration. A library of mechanical calculations is also included, for standard parts used every day by mechanical designers. These mechanical parts include tension and compression springs, pre-stressed bolted connections, pins and parallel keys, grooved shafts, bearings, beams under combined stress (bending and torsion), spur and bevel gearing geometry, and belt drives.
Surface Development (Sheet Metal Unbending):
- VariCAD can also create developed (flattened) surfaces of 3D solids. The XY coordinates of the developed surfaces can be saved to a text file for further processing. You can input bending coefficients in order to customize your calculations.
Mechanical Part and Symbol Libraries:
- VariCAD contains libraries of standard mechanical parts (ANSI, DIN), such as bolts, nuts, pins, plugs, cotters, gaskets, bearings, rolled and drawn shapes, and hydraulic, pneumatic, and electronic symbols. You can add items to these libraries or modify existing parts – all 2D and most 3D dimensions can be edited.
- Non-graphical information can also be assigned to parts, such as type of material or supplier. This information is incorporated into an assembly and can be used for material requisitions, bills of materials (BOM), title blocks, or other purposes.
3D – 2D Export:
- 3D models are easily converted into 2D drawings to produce conventional drafting documentation. You can create 2D views of one or more selected solids by defining the views in 3D. In addition, you can also export specified sections. VariCAD supports updates of a 2D drawing after changes in 3D.
2D Drawing and Editing:
- Drawing functions are geared toward easy use in engineering. Some handy features of 2D drawing include: an intelligent cursor that automatically detects objects and snap points, numerous snap modes, flexible item selectability, auxiliary construction lines, ortho mode, rectangular grid, drawing layers (up to 250), block creation, hatching with automatic border detection, advanced dimensioning, surface texture symbols, welding symbols, tolerance symbols, and more. Dimensions can be in millimeters or inches.
BOM and Title Blocks:
- VariCAD provides tools for maintaining drawing databases, which represent the data structure of the product. Databases can be created manually (using data extraction from the assembly), or by loading a file. There are constraints between data in part and assembly drawing title blocks and the assembly database. You can build a bill of material (BOM) from the database, then easily modify the database using commands like mass attribute changes, sorting of information, etc.
- The data structure of the product (BOM) can be exported into other systems or into a spreadsheet. Automatic BOM and title block creation is another one of VariCAD’s useful tools. A mask is used for customization; if you create masks for BOM and title blocks, you can use them until a change is necessary. The CAD system provides default masks which can be adjusted to suit your needs.
- VariCAD can interchange files with other CAD systems. You can import STEP (3D), DWG (2D), DXF (2D) and IGES (2D) files, and export STEP (3D), STL (3D), IGES (3D and 2D), DWG (2D), DXF (2D). The files can be converted individually or in batch routines, thereby converting multiple files in one step.
Printing and Plotting:
Printing within VariCAD is highly customizable. You can use Windows or KDE Linux printer drivers, or VariCAD built-in drivers. Postscript printing is also available.
- VariCAD is a total CAD solution for mechanical engineering. It is compact, fast, easy to use, and contains everything you need for mechanical engineering design. The high performance and powerful tools of our fully loaded package make VariCAD a superb investment. And at our price, no other product is a better value.
- At least 2GHz processor
- Hardware support of OpenGL
- 2GB – 4GB RAM
- HDD 250MB
- True Color mode
- Graphic card with hardware support of OpenGL graphics
- Three-button mouse
What’s new in VariCAD 2021?
- Complex method of creation of item numbers
- Create solid from multiple sketching planes
- New supports 3D input devices and 3D display
- New transient and corresponding 2D leaders
- Rebuilt methods of 2D filleting, and more.
- Other bug fixes and improvements.
Pros and Cons:
- Multi-platform. Has equivalent versions for Windows and Linux.
- Small. Approximately 100MB download and less than 250MB installed.
- Fast and reliable. It does not require huge computer resources.
- Works even on the average laptop without fails and freezes.
- Well-equipped. Has 2D/3D libraries of the standard parts and profiles ANSI, DIN and others. Also contains standard libraries for creating 2D drawings and schemas, applications for calculating machine mechanisms and parts.
- Very affordable price.
- Unicode characters cannot be added directly to the text, but only copied from a text file.
- Does not support multi-page drawings.
- Rather inconvenient work with 2D drawings. In particular, the commands are implemented in such a way that performing common tasks in the 2D area requires the user to perform many unnecessary actions.
How To Install & Registered VariCAD 2021
- First Download VariCAD 2021 Activation Key
- After the Download Extract the zip file using WinRAR or WinZip
- Also the Extract, the zip file Installs the Program As Normal.
- After Install Don’t Run the Software.
- Please Always Read the Readme File.
- Please, Copy & Paste Crack File in the c/program files.
- After Install Run the Software.
- You are Done it. Now Enjoy the Full version.
- Please share it. Sharing is Always Caring!
Q.1 What is VariCAD?
VariCAD is a computer program for 3D/2D CAD and mechanical engineering which has been developed since 1988 in the Czech Republic. VariCAD runs on Windows and Linux. It features many tools for 3D modeling and 2D drafting. VariCAD provides support for parameters and geometric constraints, tools for shells, pipelines, sheet metal unbending and crash tests, assembly support, mechanical part and symbol libraries, calculations, bills of materials, and more.
Q.2 The part in the assembly part has been changed, so I want to redraw it.
If the built-in parts file is changed in another place while the assembly parts file is open, the “regenerate assembly parts” function can be used to redraw the assembly parts reflecting the changes.
Q.3 I want to save the exploded view
The exploded view is a function that can be called at any time by saving the position where parts are disassembled in assembly parts. * Only one view can be saved. In this example, we will save the exploded view with the assembly shown below.
Q.4 I want to create a screw that is not in the parts library
With VariCAD, you can easily create special screws and nuts that are not in the parts library or standards.
Q.5 I want to change the colors of the XYZ axes
VariCAD allows you to set each color when performing 3D modeling and 2D drawing.
There are various things that can be set, such as background, highlighted edge, cross cursor, XYZ axis, and you can customize it to your liking.