Why Use CAD Or PDF Files In Right-Draw?

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Why Use CAD Or PDF Files In Right-Draw?
Most folks in the HVAC industry know using Right-Draw® is the fastest way to draw a structure to calculate a load and/or design ducts. Yet it’s not uncommon for MiTek-Wrightsoft employees to hear from new and existing customers how they didn’t know certain features existed – features that really speed up the drawing process.To get more news about cad computer aided design, you can visit shine news official website.
Why Changing Is Worth the Effort
Reason #1: Some customers enjoy using Right-Draw® without implementing any new techniques. The software is easy to use, and makes their job faster and more accurate than if they were to do all the calculations by hand. They don’t want to change anything about how they use the software. Usually they have been customers since the 80’s when the software was originally launched.

At MiTek-Wrightsoft, we believe our customers significantly benefit from adapting with our software as we design improvements. When Right-Suite Universal was launched in 1986, we had a hunch it was going to be a game-changer for the HVAC industry. Over the years, our customers have confirmed we were right. But we don’t want to stop there… Our goal is to keep implementing changes to make Wrightsoft’s solutions even better. For example, if we can reduce a task from 5 steps down to just 2 steps – we are going to do it! As technology and our world evolves, our goal is to keep step and to implement changes that will continue to help the HVAC industry work more efficiently and effectively.
Did you take a MiTek-Wrightsoft Training Course 5-15 years ago, and now you find there are many tools you didn’t know existed and don’t know how to use? It might be time to sign up for a new training course.
Tracing Is Faster than Drawing – Just Import a DWG or PDF File
Feature #1 and Reason #2: In 2011, Wrightsoft added the ability to import a PDF file (reflecting a home or commercial building’s floorplan) directly into Right-Draw®. Once imported, you will use it as an outline to quickly trace a floorplan as opposed to drawing it by hand. Right-Draw® is fast, but tracing in Right-Draw is faster. If you inquire, some homeowners will have their home’s blueprints on hand. Why would you want to take the time to run down to FedEx-Kinko’s to have the blueprints scanned into a PDF file? When compared to drawing a floorplan by hand, you will save an enormous amount of time by tracing a home’s dimensions in Right-Draw® instead. The 2 minutes and $2 you think you are wasting on this task will doubtlessly become a worthwhile investment when you start reaping the rewards.
Feature #2: In 2007, Wrightsoft added the ability to import a CAD file (DWG or a DXF) into Right-Draw®. You do not need to own AutoCAD in order to use one of these files in Right-Suite® Universal. Even though we added CAD import to our software over 10 years ago, many are still learning about it for the first time. Customers who have been using RSU for decades are no exception! You can use a CAD file just like a PDF to trace the structure in Right-Draw®, which (not to beat a dead horse here) is faster than drawing from scratch. The biggest advantage to using CAD files over PDF files is that CAD files are already to scale. With a PDF you will have to spend additional time scaling the drawing in the beginning to ensure a 12’ x 12’ room actually equates to 12’ x 12’. If you forget to scale your PDF then you might trace a room that is 12’ x 12’ and have it turn out to be 6’10” x 6’10”. Therefore, CAD is the fastest way to trace.
Posted 14 Jun 2023

I can say that nowadays, working with PDF files is not a problem, so it's not surprising that so many people turn to it. Moreover, it's possible to find tools to convert tiff to pdf, for instance, and they accelerate the process of working with pdf files, and they're highly convenient, so they're definitely worth checking out.
Posted 15 Jun 2023

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