RIB CostX Takeoff 2D

CostX Takeoff 2D Estimating Software

Lose the Scale
Ruler with Our
2D Takeoff

For businesses working to a smaller budget who still want to make use of our industry-leading 2D takeoff, RIB CostX® takeoff 2D is the software option for you. RIB’s most basic product allows users to measure areas, lengths and counts with only a few clicks, reducing overall takeoff time by up to 80%.

The platform supports a range of 2D drawings, including scanned, CAD and PDF.

Faster, Smarter & More Accurate.

Why Choose RIB CostX® takeoff 2D?

RIB CostX® takeoff 2D represents an affordable introduction to digital takeoff for users who have only used scale rulers or Microsoft Excel® in the past. The platform is sophisticated but easy-to-learn, with a range of support options available for licence holders.
For individuals or small businesses looking to integrate digital software against a strict budget, RIB CostX® takeoff 2D carries significant potential at a competitive price. Users can eliminate errors, save time and future-proof their enterprise by implementing our digital software options.

  • 2D Takeoff

    Support for scanned, PDF, CAD and other 2D drawings. Streamline measuring processes by calculating areas, lengths and counts with a single click, cutting takeoff times by up to 80%.

  • Additional Features

    Highlights changes to identify issues and drawing variations.

    Can be integrated with RIB CostXL to link dimensions and quantities directly into Microsoft Excel® spreadsheets.


Get The Licence Option That’s Right For You.

RIB offers standalone, network and portable licence options for the RIB CostX® range. Your organisation can have a combination of these if desired, and we can change your setup at any time to suit your needs. RIB CostX® is easy to install and the installation process can be completed by the end user.

Standalone Licence

Standalone Licence

A Standalone licence allows a single user exclusive access to the software at any time. It is installed on a single PC and can be used only on that PC.

Network Licence

Network Licence

Network licences allow the software to be installed on multiple PCs, with a central database installed on a server (this may also be a normal PC). It allows a set number of current users.

For example, an organisation can have 5 licences shared amongst 8 users, with any 5 users able to access the software at any particular point in time. Network licences also allow multiple users to work on the same project together.

Portable Licence

Portable Licence

A Portable licence allows the software to be installed on multiple PCs but only becoming active when a USB key is inserted. It allows multiple users for the one licence. Portable licences can also be used in a network setting.

For example, a portable licence can be used in the office, at home or out on site.

Tech Specs

System Requirements

Compatible with Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Windows 11 (MAC OS is not supported at this time). To receive a copy, contact our support team.

Product Solutions

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What’s New

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