In every design phase of the building, the complete visual representation of the building is just a mouse-click away. Every individual detail and special processing and even the most complicated connections can the visualized without any additional work.
With its many CAD functions, SEMA offers a universal tool for design, planning application and production drawings. All the special design elements enable useful and fast combinations of 2D and 3D data to create dimensioned floor plans, sections, elevations and detail drawings. Furthermore, graphics files from other programs can easily be imported.
Pre-defined plan layouts with individual titleblocks further enhance your drawings. The printout is 'live' from the 3D object because all changes are immediately automatically updated in all views.
As realistic as possible is the motto. Already in the design stage, 3D visualization has become an important tool - not only to help customers to 'see' their future building but also for the designer to double check their designs. And the possibilities for editing directly in the visualization view makes work so much easier.
Automatic dimensioning of floor layout plans, elevations and sections offes many possibilities for effective working.
Practically-orientated options for length dimensioning with relative and/or absolute dimension points, height indications and cross-section dimensions as well as scale-adpated font sizes for all text elements help to create perfect drawings.
Windows-style working with copy & paste, hatches and fillings according to DIN standards, free creation and editing of lines, circles, squares, ellipses and polygons with many useful input options.
Large-scale cross-project libraries of CAD macros, which can be extended by user-designed CAD symbols.
Sophisticated, building-oriented layer technology offers the necessary overview by mouseclick even for complex constructions.
SEMA offers a large number of 3D objects and fasteners with its program: from cars to pot plants, users can refine their drawings visually, either two-dimensionally or three-dimensionally.
Many possibilities to extend the SEMA libraries with user designed extrusion and rotation objects.
Direct transfer of building projects to a professional rendering program to create photorealistic images with surroundings. Creation of exterior and interior panoramas as independent views.