The world of computer-aided design (CAD) has undergone significant transformations
in recent years, with technology evolving to meet the demands of an increasingly mobile
and connected workforce. One such innovation is Graebert’s Trinity concept, which
enables CAD software users to create and customize DWG drawings across many
platforms—desktop, mobile, and cloud. In this blog post, we will explore how Graebert’s
Trinity concept is revolutionizing the CAD industry and empowering professionals to
work flexibly and efficiently.
The Power of DWG Format
The DWG (Drawing) file format is widely used in the CAD industry, serving as a standard
for storing and exchanging design data. Many professionals rely on DWG files for their
projects, and the ability to access and edit them across various devices is crucial for
productivity and collaboration. Graebert recognized this need and developed a
comprehensive solution to enhance the versatility and accessibility of DWG drawings.
Desktop: Unleashing the Full Potential of CAD
Graebert’s Trinity concept begins with a robust desktop CAD software, such as ARES
Commander, which provides a rich set of tools and functionalities to create, edit, and
analyze DWG drawings. With its intuitive interface and extensive feature set, ARES
Commander empowers experts to unleash their creativity and bring their innovative
ideas to life. Whether working on complex architectural plans, mechanical assemblies,
or electrical schematics, users can rely on the power and precision of ARES
Commander on their desktop.
Mobile: CAD on the Go
In today’s fast-paced world, professionals often need to access and edit their CAD
drawings while on the move. Graebert’s Trinity concept addresses this demand by
offering ARES Touch, a mobile CAD solution available on smartphones and tablets.
ARES Touch enables users to open, view, annotate, and edit DWG files directly on their
mobile devices, allowing them to stay connected and productive while away from their
desks. The touch-friendly interface and optimized workflows make it easy to navigate
through drawings and make changes on the go.
Cloud: Collaboration and Sync Across Devices
The third pillar of Graebert’s Trinity concept is cloud-based CAD. With the ARES Kudo
web application, users can access their DWG drawings from any web browser,
eliminating the need for software installation. ARES Kudo enables real-time
collaboration, making it simple for teams spread across different locations to work
together on the same project at the same time. Changes made on the desktop or mobile
devices are automatically synced to the cloud, ensuring data integrity and seamless
transitions between platforms.
Benefits and Advantages
The Trinity concept offers several benefits to CAD professionals:
Flexibility and Mobility
Users can work from anywhere, using their preferred device,
without compromising functionality or data compatibility.
The ability to switch between desktop, mobile, and cloud platforms
allows for uninterrupted workflows, ensuring productivity and efficient collaboration.
Graebert’s Trinity concept offers a flexible licensing model, enabling
businesses to optimize their CAD software costs based on individual user needs.
Real-time collaboration and synchronized changes foster
teamwork, enabling stakeholders to work together seamlessly and deliver projects more
Graebert’s Trinity concept represents a significant advancement in CAD software by
seamlessly integrating desktop, mobile, and cloud platforms. This holistic approach
empowers CAD professionals to work flexibly, collaborate effortlessly, and access their
DWG drawings from any device. As technology continues to evolve, Graebert’s
commitment to innovation ensures that CAD users can adapt to the changing
landscape while maintaining productivity and efficiency in their work. With the Trinity
concept, the possibilities for CAD professionals are limitless, enabling them to create
and modify DWG drawings with ease, whether at their desks, on the go, or in the cloud.