CADopia supports direct insert of standard 2D drawings from ThomasNet

CADopia Enhances Software to Seamlessly Provide Engineers With Industry
Standard CAD Drawings From
New York, N.Y., November 7, 2006 - CADopia, a leading provider of
professional CAD software, has added the ability for engineers to
access and download of manufacturer specific 2D CAD drawings from and directly insert them into their own design using its
industry standard software. CADopia version 6 SP3 Standard Edition with
direct insert support now features parts from more than 150 leading
manufacturers affiliated with, seamlessly providing users
with the largest library of CAD drawings available.
"With direct insertion of standard pre-drawn parts in CADopia version 6
SP3, CADopia customers will be able to complete their CAD designs very
easily and increase their productivity significantly," said Surya
Sarda, president and CEO of CADopia. "Thanks to ThomasNet, we can now
offer the most comprehensive library of standard CAD drawings to the
CAD community."
Erik Mikisch, vice president, business development for
added, "The addition of ThomasNet's CAD library to the CADopia
application significantly increases the availability and ease with
which design engineers can access and insert ThomasNet's CAD drawings.
Redrawing standard parts is inefficient and error prone. Use of the
direct insert feature of this library saves time and eliminates
CADopia version 6 SP3 is available in three editions - Standard,
Premium, and Professional. The Professional Edition includes Ralph
Grabowski's CADopia Customization Guide and Inside CADopia 6 books.
Additionally, CADopia OEM is available to CAD application developers as
a platform technology for their niche CAD applications.
To download an evaluation copy of CADopia 6 SP3 Standard Edition with
Direct Insert support, or to request an evaluation CD, visit
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CADopia customers may upgrade to the new version by
CADopia is creating the industry standard for an affordable and
powerful CAD solution. With a network of strategic ISV partners,
distributors, resellers, and an installed user base in over 80
countries around the globe, CADopia is one of the world's most popular
providers of professional CAD software. Founded in 1999 in San Diego,
CADopia is a privately held corporation with a Development Center
located in India and liaison offices in Singapore, Australia, and
Canada. CADopia Professional Services group provides upfront consulting
services, custom application development, staff training, technical
support, and project outsourcing solutions.
For more details, please visit
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and send an email to
Lauren Koziel .or call 303 487 7406.
ThomasNet helps industrial sellers target their marketing investment to
reach the most qualified industrial buyers online and convert them into
customers. is where many buyers and engineers from
Fortune 500 companies, the government, the military and more go to find
suppliers. Drawing from the company's experience in the industrial
market, ThomasNet has helped thousands of clients create websites that
incorporate online catalogs, CAD drawings and e-commerce capabilities.
The result is a strong Internet presence that sets ThomasNet clients
apart from the competition to increase sales from new and existing
For industrial buyers, is where they go to find the exact
product, service or supplier they need, when they're ready to buy. gives buyers immediate access to the detailed information
they need to make a purchasing or specifying decision, including
detailed product or service information, catalogs, CAD drawings, and
more. ThomasNet is part of Thomas Industrial Network, Inc., a wholly
owned subsidiary of Thomas Publishing Company, LLC. For more
information, visit
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