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Dec 27, 2012


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I am curious how nanocad vs zwcad in therm of performance opening huge file. What do you think ?

Rakesh Rao

I have a couple of size-torture drawings and huge-images images to test this out. I am downloading it now and will give it a spin and let you know.

Rakesh Rao

Open / Save

ZWCAD : 116 / 75
NANOCAD : 102 / 112
BRICSCAD : 52 / 80

Here are some timing figures (in seconds) to open a large 103 MB vector DWG in each one of the above CAD software.

Also shown are SaveAs timings which is the time needed to create a new DWG from scratch, forcing the entire drawing database to be rewritten.

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