If you create dozens or hundreds of drawings per week, you need a fast and reliable way to export them.
With Drew, you store your preferences for each file extension, then export a drawing with one click.
You can use variables to build up the path and the filename so you never have to add the date or revision ever again.
Store your export procedures in our blueprints. Use these variables to build the export path:
Of course, you can also hardcode (parts of) the export folder.
Our goal it to double your drawing speed. So we're constantly looking for drawing-related tasks that we can automate. Our ultimate goal is being able to achieve a task in one click.
We're helping engineers create multibody drawings with just a few clicks so they can focus their effort on the hard jobs.
We're helping fabricators and their work prep department with automatic imports and a button to start ten drawings at a time.
Our goal is to create one-click magic. By storing your preferences in blueprints, instead of showing you popup after popup, we can automate the boring bits of making drawings. When you add a view, Drew shifts the other views to make room. It’s awesome.
When you create body sheets, Drew attempts to add dimensions, like the length and width of rectangular contours, diameters of circular contours and thickness of sheet metal. For non-straight weldment ends, Drew will add two angle dimensions.