BricsCAD Lite V22 - Powerful and affordable 2D drafting software

BricsCAD Lite is highly compatible with AutoCAD® LT 2022

There’s no need to change your printers, templates, blocks or sheet set layouts to move to BricsCAD – they are fully compatible. Command names, aliases, and system variables are the same in BricsCAD and AutoCAD®. BricsCAD is based on native DWG for the highest compatibility with other CAD users across all industries.

  • Command Compatible
  • Menu (.CUI, .CUIX) Compatible
  • Macro/Script Compatible
  • Support File (.PC3, .LIN, .PAT, .DWT, .SSM) Compatible
  • Based on 2018 DWG Technology

2D CAD for fast and efficient drafting

Price starting from $314/year.
Perpetual and network licenses available.

Familiar & Compatible CAD

BricsCAD is built entirely on the industry standard dwg format, with full command, script, macro and menu compatibility. BricsCAD feels like home!

Intelligent and Efficient 2D CAD

BricsCAD offers unique tools to help you get more work done faster. Many of them are powered by advanced machine learning technologies to accelerate tasks that can take hours or more via manual methods.

 

High Performance CAD

CAD should feel smooth and seamless, no matter how many millions of lines are in the file.

Convert repeated geometry to Block Definitions

BLOCKIFY automatically creates a block definition and replaces all matching sets of entities with block references throughout your entire drawing. You can reduce DWG file size up to 90% by using Blockify to find repetitive geometry and converting it into block references.

The Quad: Drawing, Editing near the Cursor

BricsCAD’s unique Quad is a “head-up” command palette that predicts your command usage and offers one-click access to the command you’ll likely need next. Powered by machine learning, the Quad predicts the commands you will need, based on the unique way you use BricsCAD.

Automatically Align Copied Entities

COPYGUIDED automatically aligns copied entities to relevant geometry using automatically generated guide curves. You can explicitly select entities to use as guide curves or let BricsCAD determine them based on the drawing elements in your selection.