DATACAD is a limited liability company founded in October 1996, when full development, distribution and marketing rights for the DataCAD product line were purchased from Micro Control Systems, Inc. (formerly Cadkey, Inc.). DATACAD's product development, sales, and marketing activities are managed at the corporate headquarters in Avon, Connecticut.
DATACAD develops, markets and supports affordable, professional-level Windows-based CADD solutions for architects, engineers, and contractors. Through a combination of new product introductions, business software pricing and worldwide distribution, DATACAD is expanding its market penetration and user base to include many new business, professional, and consumer users.
You benefit directly from the hard work of hundreds of design professionals who use DataCAD every day. The Cheap Tricks Ware CD-ROMs each include hundreds of items selected from the renowned Cheap Tricks Ware Catalog of timesaving enhancements for DataCAD. These were developed by DataCAD users to meet their everyday needs.
DataCAD is a professional-level AEC CADD program for architectural design, photo-realistic rendering, animation, and construction document creation. Developed by architects and software engineers for architecture, DataCAD includes tools that make design and drafting easier, such as automatic door and window insertion, associative dimensioning and hatching, automated 3D framing and OpenDWG®-based DXF/DWG translators.
DataCAD LT is a new, low-cost 2D/3D architectural CADD program for design professionals. It is useful for everything from developing construction drawings to creating architectural presentations. Whether you are a full-time drafter, a student, or only use CADD software occasionally, you'll find DataCAD LT to be both powerful and easy to use. Even if you’re new to CADD altogether, DataCAD LT is a great way to get started.
o2c_Interactive! is a 3D viewing and presentation program for you and your clients. o2c_Interactive! allows you to explore design scenarios in 3D, on the fly using the highly-compressed, o2c format.