BricsCAD Lite

For everyone who creates and edits 2D drawings

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For 2D and 3D modeling supporting industry-specific apps.

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For Architects, Engineers and Contractor

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BricsCAD Mechanical

For Assembly Modeling and Sheet Metal design

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BricsCAD® V22 is here

Now in its newest release, BricsCAD is optimized to improve design, construction, and manufacturing workflows. Easily switch between our 2D drafting, 3D modeling, building information modeling, and mechanical solutions within one DWG-based, multi-purpose CAD platform.

Maximize data integrity and design productivity with BricsCAD.


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Familiar & Compatible CAD

BricsCAD is built entirely on the industry standard dwg format, with full command, script, macro and menu compatibility. BricsCAD feels like home!

“The team unanimously opted for BricsCAD […] Our draftsmen did not have to learn something completely new, and they could work productively with the knowledge they already had.”



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BricsCAD Lite is highly compatible with AutoCAD® LT 2022

There’s no need to change your printers, templates, blocks or sheet set layouts to move to BricsCAD – they are fully compatible. Command names, aliases, and system variables are the same in BricsCAD and AutoCAD®. BricsCAD is based on native DWG for the highest compatibility with other CAD users across all industries.


✅Command compatible

✅ Menu (.CUI, .CUIX) compatible

✅ Macro/script compatible

✅ Support file (.PC3, .LIN, .PAT, .DWT, .SSM) compatible

✅ Based on 2018 DWG technology

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AutoLISP Support

BricsCAD Lite fully supports LISP, and is compatible with AutoCAD®’s AutoLISP format, making it simple to reuse existing routines. Our advanced BLADE LISP environment allows you to quickly develop customizations that can slash the time it takes for repetitive drafting tasks.

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Why use Lisp?

Lisp routines are the easiest way to automate processes and workflows for bulk layer manipulations, changing entity properties, automate drawing and XREF relationships, standardize plotting and publishing workflows, etc.