BricsCAD Documentation, Webinars and Tools

BricsCAD is an ever-evolving software program with tons of features and capabilities. In order for you to fully exploit BricsCAD’s potential, our experts have composed a couple of documentation tools.

BricsCAD Unplugged

Heidi Hewett & Matt Olding

User Success and Education Manager

Making CAD Fun Again
Join Team Bricsys and friends for our free weekly live broadcasts – “BricsCAD® Unplugged”. You’ll get the latest CAD news, meet special guests and learn more about the future of DWG from the makers of BricsCAD®. #MCFA

When: Every Wednesday.
Where: Bricsys Facebook and YouTube channels.
Goal: Make you a BricsCAD user for life!

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BricsCAD for AutoCAD users free ebook

By Ralph Grabowski - E-book (PDF file) - 330 pages - English

BricsCAD® for AutoCAD® users tells you everything you need to know about making the switch from AutoCAD to BricsCAD’s newest release. In the book you will learn about the benefits of using BricsCAD, the similarities and differences with AutoCAD. By using BricsCAD you’ll save a lot on software and training expenditures while using a familiar interface. It shows detailed information on DWG-file compatibility and how to operate a dual-CAD design office.

Furthermore the book is updated with all the new functions of BricsCAD; including 2D drafting, 3D Modeling, Sheet Metal Design, and Building Information Modeling. Want to learn more about the advantages of BricsCAD?


Inside BricsCAD V18
By Ralph Grabowski - E-book (PDF file) - 386 pages - English

With Inside V18 you learn how to create drawings with BricsCAD in as little as a day! Learn how to start our popular 2D/3D CAD program, take a tour through its user interface, and then get your feet wet by drawing a few lines.


Customizing BricsCAD V18
By Ralph Grabowski - E-book (PDF file) - 560 pages - English

The reference book for customizing and programming BricsCAD. For anyone who uses BricsCAD.


Consult the BricsCAD Brochure for a quick overview of BricsCAD’s key features. If you need a complete tutorial to the CAD program, we suggest you read the free-to-download BricsCAD manual (PDF). Or use our online help tool to find your way in BricsCAD’s many commands, variables and settings.

Are you a developer looking to create a CAD application? Take a look at the BricsCAD Developer Reference document. You’ll find a detailed legend of objects, programming languages and more.

BricsCAD Online help


BricsCAD Developer reference


BricsCAD PDF manual


BricsCAD Brochure


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