DoubleCAD XT - a Free Alternative to AutoCAD LT

Note: Valid through December 31, 2015 (unless otherwise expressed)
DoubleCAD XT is a freeware drafting software with powerful 2D CAD capabilities, just like the famous AutoCAD LT. It is a fully functional CAD software for professional use and absolutely the best free alternative to expensive CAD software. It lets you to create, edit, save, open or view DWG, DXF, DWF and SKP (SketchUp) files. The interface, drawing tools, features and functionalities are pretty similar to other paid CAD software like Autodesk AutoCAD. It is also very easy to use, so if you have experience in CAD drafting then you will get familiar with it in no time, even if you don’t have any experience (beginner) you can easily learn how to use DoubleCAD XT quickly.

This software can be used as free DWG viewer and DWG editor, it can also convert, open and save .DWG, .DXF, and .DWF format. Furthermore it also supports SKP format which allows you to import Google SketchUp files, view and edit SKP files on DoubleCAD XT interface. Like AutoCAD LT, this free 2D drafting software has some tools / menus / features to draw objects (line, polyline, point, circle, rectangle, circle, polygon, hatch and etc.), modify objects (trim, chamfer, fillet, erase, rotate, mirror, join, offset and etc.), create various type of dimensions (dim linear, aligned, angular, radius, diameter, quick dimension and etc.), create and manage layers, command line, 3D perspective and Ortho views, ADT compatible self-healing walls, import and export objects or AutoCAD files, customizable geometric aids, and many more.

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If you are limited on budget then giving this free CAD software a try is a must. After all it is a powerful CAD program for drafting, it is just like a free AutoCAD software in your computer. And best of all it is totally free! This freeware is compatible with Microsoft Windows OS. Interested users can download DoubleCAD XT (latest version) via

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1 comment:

intercad said...

I know AutoCAD is offered to students for free. Does Solid works have any such offer?.

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