iCadTec.com has been providing professional CAD services to the AEC community in the North America since 1995.
We are a privately owned company that undertakes various projects remotely from architectural, engineering and construction firms from all over the globe.
We are firmly committed to over-delivering our services to all of our clients regardless of their locations.
Most firms we deal with have an in-house CAD support staff. We are not in business to compete with their staff. We are here to provide CAD support via on-line collaboration.
With no over-time to pay, no additional staff to support and no equipment or software to purchase, many of our customers consider our cad services as an economical option.
During the past 20 years that we have been in business, iCadTec.com has managed to successfully develop a niche in the AEC community by foreseeing the increasing importance of outsourcing and providing exceptional services.
We utilize only the best consultants and collaborators to tackle any size job.
With today's web-based technologies, working with collaborators and consultants has never been easier. Information can be shared in an instant, as if working in the same office. We have perfected the way we share information with our collaborators and consultants.
The end result is a cheaper, efficient and more effective way of working that is reflected in our fees, with all the professionalism and accuracy in place.
As you can see from our client's testimonials, our cad services are grounded in customer satisfaction.
• Civil engineers
• Structural designers
• Transportation designers
• Municipal engineering firms
• Geotechnical consultants
• Mechanical engineers
• Electrical engineers
• Environmental engineers
• Mining engineering consultants
• Landscape architects
• Facilities managers
• Land surveyors
• Interior designers
• House design firms
• General contractors
• Building contractors
• Home builders
• Other CAD companies
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Jan 02, 19 11:15 AM
Normally when drawing lines, I pick a start point and while dragging the line to another point I have always seen the line before picking the 2nd point.
Apr 20, 18 05:08 PM
I have reference files attached that I can't detach the normal way (highlight, right click, select detach, file is removed)
Apr 18, 18 02:25 PM
I am using AutoCAD 2011 and must have hit a wrong combination of keys that has brought up the Selection box that appears when I am picking a line to fillet,