The DWG Viewer Online allows you to easily visualise 2D DWG drawings directly on the browser, letting you perform all the actions that you would normally do to inspect a DWG drawing such as rotate, zoom in/out and more.
What is DWG drawing?
DWG stands for “drawing,” and it is a file format created and primarily associated with Autodesk’s AutoCAD, one of the most widely used computer-aided design (CAD) software programs. The DWG drawings are used for storing 2D drafting data, making them a fundamental part of various industries such as architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing.
DWG Viewer Online
Other than just viewing a 2D drawing, with the DWG Viewer you will be able to do the following:
View/Inspect a DWG drawing
Share the drawing with your collaborators
Download the DWG drawing
Export the DWG drawing as PDF
Change the drawing background color
View the DWG Viewer in full screen
View the DWG Viewer from tablets and mobile devices
All these functions are available on the DWG Viewer toolbar located on the top left part of the screen and do not require any previous knowledge of a CAD software.
Here below a few examples of the most popular and useful actions you can perform on DWG drawings with the DWG Viewer Online.
Zoom in/Zoom out
The DWG drawing is zoomed in or zoomed out by simply using the mouse scroll functions, or finger movements on smartphones and tablets.
Change the DWG Viewer Online background
The change background function of the DWG Viewer lets you highlight different components of the DWG drawing which might be difficult to visualize with the default white background.
Export the DWG file as PDF
The download PDF function, available on the DWG Viewer toolbar, allows you to download the DWG drawing as PDF file. This can be particularly useful for large DWG drawings as the PDF file will let you zoom in more without loosing resolution.
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