Software & Modules

CAD Module

LogiKal is equipped with an internal CAD module which stands out due to its easy and user-friendly handling. The clear arrangement of all relevant functions makes LogiKal CAD match the requirements of architectural profile constructions.

Construction foils, sheet metals, insulations, guide lines etc can be drawn easily and quickly in LogiKal CAD. Drawing objects can be selected and edited anytime. Automatically assigned labels alter dynamically.

Commonly used drawings can be organised in blocks. Changes are performed in the block management and automatically updated in all areas of the drawing. Drawing objects can be placed on different layers.

DWG and DXF files can be imported smoothly into LogiKal CAD. As a matter of course existing LogiKal drawings can be saved as DWG and DXF files. BMP, JPEG, EMF, PS and ZIP formats are also available.

It is also possible to access external CAD programs like e.g. AutoCAD by an interface.

In addition to all basic drawing functions, LogiKal CAD provides very special functions. For example, if you generate cross section drawings of profile combinations including glass, a wizard will support the input of all essential details. e.g. profile system, glazing bead variant, inserts, glass thickness, base elements and insertion profiles.

Sections of curtain wall profile configurations are easily and quickly created by a wizard. Among the system and the profiles you are also able to select the type and the angle of a folding profile.

A standard item generator allows you to draw screws, steel beams and timber profiles quickly. Cross sections of individual positions are imported into CAD from the cross section module.

Job plans and assembly lists can be displayed as drawings too. You can also determine by the aid of well arranged dialogues which information is shown on the drawing.

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