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PROCAD talks with the piping design community.

Blog Tutorial – 3D Modeling Concepts – Part 2

PROCAD’s Blog Tutorials act as part of our continued effort to help customers learn and use the software effectively. Besides our PROCAD Tutorials, these additional videos expand the users’ knowledge base of the software.

Looking to use the PROCAD 3DSMART software? New to the 3D environment? Want some basic 3D training first? Help with creating custom shapes or piping components?

Continuing with our tutorials featuring 3D Modeling concepts, Part 2 covers the following 3D modeling commands:

         Union, Subtract, Intersect, Slice, Loft and Sweep

Although these commands are designed for our 3DSMART drafting environment, they can be used in any of the PROCAD software products, as they are AutoCAD based commands.

Watch the tutorial video below.

Be sure to keep viewing the PROCAD blog section.  Tutorials will be added that will enhance your PROCAD software experience!

Need help with a particular feature?  Send a quick note to support@procad.com and let us know what you’d like to see!

Would you like a “one-on-one” demo or tutorial session? Request a free on-line web session

Up next – 3D Modeling Concepts Part 3


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As of September 1, we’ve  lowered our Subscription Fees across the board to save you money!

Boost your productivity with PROCAD application and enjoy low fees on monthly, yearly or 3-year subscriptions.


Blog Tutorial – 3D Modeling Concepts – Part 1

PROCAD’s Blog Tutorials act as part of our continued effort to help customers learn and use the software effectively. Besides our PROCAD Tutorials, these additional videos expand the users’ knowledge base of the software.

Looking to use the PROCAD 3DSMART software? New to the 3D environment? Want some basic 3D training first? Help with creating custom shapes or piping components?

Over the next while, the blog tutorials (three in total) will feature 3D Modeling concepts. Part 1 covers:

        Workspace Setup, 3D Objects, 2D Closed Shapes, commands Extrude and Revolve

Although these concepts are designed for our 3DSMART drafting environment, they can be used in any of the PROCAD software products, as they are AutoCAD based features, settings and commands.

Watch the tutorial video below.

Be sure to keep viewing the PROCAD blog section.  Tutorials will be added that will enhance your PROCAD software experience!

Need help with a particular feature?  Send a quick note to support@procad.com and let us know what you’d like to see!

Would you like a “one-on-one” demo or tutorial session? Request a free on-line web session

Up next – 3D Modeling Concepts Part 2


Why Choose PROCAD Products

Here are some of the advantages that make the case for your company to consider acquiring PROCAD software.

We’ve been helping our customers get higher productivity tools for their design team with commitment to provide the following services:

  • Pre-sales service is provided with comprehensive product information to ensure customers choose the right software solution for their company
  • Assistance with setup and deployment to ensure maximum project control and license usage efficiency
  • Free startup training is provided to every new customer to get them on their way to productivity quickly and effectively
  • PROCAD is easiest to learn due to its embedded and intuitive piping design intelligence. The grand majority of our customers don’t require additional training beyond the free startup training and after viewing our web tutorials
  • Free and prompt technical support with 2 hour response time by phone or email ensuring your staff is working, not waiting for answers
  • Customer satisfaction demonstrated by companies who continue to successfully use PROCAD for 2 1/2 decades
  • Timely product updates and upgrades to ensure compatibility with the latest O/S, CAD software and computer hardware
  • Affordable subscriptions to ease budgetary concerns. It’s also 100% tax write-off in the year of acquisitions

We understand the initial PROCAD software cost can be higher than less featured software, and that can present an obstacle. However, we’re confident PROCAD software pays for itself in a couple of weeks with with its significant time saving features and by reducing avoidable user errors.

Here are what some of our customers said about PROCAD:

“Having used PROCAD for over five years as our primary software, we have found the application to be very user-friendly and now with added intelligence, extremely functional.”
Harry Longcake, WorleyParsons

“We are using PROCAD for mechanical and piping drawings because it is easy to use and technically sufficient. It was also nice that most of the companies Husky worked with were able to use PROCAD. It is a very well thought out program, with a reasonable price tag and great customer service.”
Donna Vaughan, Husky Oil

Please let us know if we can assist in any way, including arranging a web meeting to demonstrate the software’s features and capabilities to your company.


Blog Tutorial – 4K Monitor Support

PROCAD’s Blog Tutorials act as part of our continued effort to help customers learn and use the software effectively. Besides our PROCAD Tutorials, these additional videos expand the users’ knowledge base of the software.

Here, we give you another quick video covering the newly developed Toolbox Icons and Ribbon Menus for 4K monitor support. Larger icons (2x the size) make selecting items easier. Not just for 4K, they can be used with regular screen resolutions also.

This short on-line tutorial reviews the new icon settings for the Toolbox, as well as the Ribbon menus for those who prefer that method of using the software.

This feature is currently available in the PROCAD 2D 2019 standard software only. The PROCAD plus products are in the works.

Watch the tutorial video below.

Be sure to keep viewing the PROCAD blog section.  Tutorials will be added that will enhance your PROCAD software experience!

Need help with a particular feature?  Send a quick note to support@procad.com and let us know what you’d like to see!

Would you like a “one-on-one” demo or tutorial session? Request a free on-line web session

Up next – 3D Modeling Concepts