Today we are taking a deeper dive into the affordable AutoCAD alternative, DraftSight!
In the video, I walk you through the quick and easy process of creating a new drawing and basic Site Plan completely from scratch with DraftSight.
In the process we also take a look at one of my favorite plugins so far, OnlineMaps, which allows us to quickly and easily insert a map directly into DraftSight by utilizing ArcGIS Online from Esri.
You can find the plugin here:
Graebert Online Maps DraftSight Plugin: https://www.graebert.com/cad-software/plugins-for-draftsight/
Check it out and let me know what you all think!
I hope you enjoyed this 3rd video in the new series, I am excited to share them all with you and honestly really enjoyed my time using DraftSight so far and think you will as well.
To learn more about DraftSight and Try it out for 30 days free head over to their site here.
That’s all for this post, be sure to let me know if you have any questions along with what you think in the comments!
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Cheers and happy drafting!
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