LayEd is a powerful and versatile polygon based layout editor using the familiar MS Windows graphical user interface.
LayEd has all the features that professional users have come to expect, including dynamic display speed, hierarchical multi-windows editing and automated system recovery capability.

  Hierarchical layout design
Align Object

Fillet / Chamfer

Punch Operation

Set Repeat In the Object

Cross Section View

Curved Path Creation

Smart Region Selection

Moving Vertex/Edge with Ruler

Easy Grid Scale Modification

Enhanced Move Origin
  View layout details down to any level of the hierarchy
Provide Edit-in-place command to edit directly any object in the hierarchy
  Align Object
  Align Objects lets you align objects according
You can also specify the spacing between the aligned objects.
  Fillet / Chamfer
  A new command Chamfer has been added to Fillet menu.
This command enables to reshape the corner of polygon to make a chamfered edge.
  Powerful editing
  Align objects according to reference point
: right, left, top and bottom
Reshape the corner of polygon to make a rounded or chamfered edge
Rotate/Reflect/Array objects, Edit edge or vertex
Stretch objects.
Edit edge or vertex.
Repeat In the Object Support
Easy Grid Modification Support
Enlarge or reduce objects.
  Customizable bind keys
  Provides bind keys and toolbars editor.
  User Programmable Interface
  Supports Visual Basic Script for designing complex and numerous pattern
  Command line interface
  Display message and warning
Short Command manual and Example by Command Helper
Detail modification and Triangle object support
Enhanced Move Origin Support
  Curved Path creation
  Added a Curved Path object Support by Path
  Enhanced Ruler
  Display a ruler information during moving a Object
Save a ruler information
  Cross Section View
  Cross Section View support for layout design
  In case of System crashing for some reason, the program
automatically regenerates the layout saving the design engineers precious work with Journalizing capability.
  Multiple command support by Macro function