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AutoCAD features include 2D and 3D mechanical and electrical design, rendering, animation, presentation, and other desktop publishing (DTP) and web publishing functions. It supports architectural, industrial, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, welding, and other design professions.
AutoCAD is used to draw and print architectural and engineering drawings as well as documents for the legal, insurance, financial, and construction industries. It is also used by photographers, illustrators, sculptors, and other artists, and by electrical, instrumentation, machinery, and other design engineers to create mechanical, electrical, and other engineering designs.
AutoCAD is available as an on-premises (enterprise) version, an on-premises (mobile) version, or a web version.
Autodesk AutoCAD uses the following standard.dwg file formats:
AutoCAD uses the dwg file format and dwgx file formats that are the same as those used by Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. The dwg file format is used for 2D vector graphics. dwgx files are used for 2D and 3D raster graphics.
AutoCAD does not support the svg file format and does not support the dxf file format.
Can I use AutoCAD with an external file?
No. The only way to use AutoCAD to edit a drawing is by using a copy of the original drawing. AutoCAD cannot open.dwg and.dwgx files that are not associated with a specific drawing file. This is the only way to use AutoCAD.
How do I send an AutoCAD drawing to a printer?
If you want to print a drawing in AutoCAD, select File, Print Drawing, and then choose Print from the File menu.
You can use any Windows printer driver to print the file, including certain HP and Canon printers.
You cannot print drawings created using the Enterprise and Mobile app versions. You can use the standard app on Mac and Windows, the mobile app on Android, and the web app to print drawings on Web browsers.
How do I export AutoCAD drawings to a format other than AutoCAD dwg?
If you need to export your AutoCAD drawing in a format other than AutoCAD dwg,
Distributed Design (formerly Blueprint)
AutoCAD LT is based on the ArchiCAD EZEdit environment that allows production of two-dimensional floor plans and two-dimensional cross-sections of buildings from two-dimensional drawings, 3D models, and CAD models in the ArchiCAD and Parasolid modeling environments.
2D Architectural Design & 3D Architectural Design are two 2D and 3D programs that provide basic architectural design tools. A feature of ArchiCAD Design that was added in 2010, Revit Architect, is the ability to import ArchiCAD plans and walk through them.
Civil Engineering is the largest integrated 2D and 3D CAD software platform for civil and infrastructure design in the world. Civil 3D combines AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Revit, Bentley MicroStation, and many other software programs, used to create 3D drawings, to build, and manage civil engineering projects from concept to construction.
BIM Software family – includes AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Mechanical, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Structural, AutoCAD Civil 3D and AutoCAD MEP.
Civil Design family – includes Architectural, Engineering, Mechanical and Electrical
Electronic Design Automation (EDA)
This section discusses the CAD software used for Electronic Design Automation.
Interfacing CAD with hardware
Since CAD and electronic design are different disciplines and are usually in different software packages, a technique known as
Model-driven engineering (MDE) allows the CAD models to be automatically translated into a hardware description language (HDL). Cadence from Cadence Design Systems was the first CAD company to introduce this technique in the early 2000s.
Multi-domain design and layout
Multi-domain design and layout is the process of dividing an integrated circuit (IC) into various functional domains, each with their own manufacturing constraints, and then performing the design and layout of each domain in parallel. The technique improves the design, and therefore the time-to-market and cost, of integrated circuits by making it easier to satisfy manufacturing constraints and creating a clean, easily understandable design.
Design optimization is the technique of finding a set of design rules that can be used to produce the best possible solution for a problem. Design rules are a sequence of steps that when followed during the
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What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Model imports. You can import models directly into your drawing, no matter what format they’re in. (video: 4:47 min.)
Run a script. Run scripts in your drawings from the command line, schedule them in the “Run” tab on the ribbon, and more. (video: 1:36 min.)
Selection filtering and dialog management. Easily make selections based on their content, or based on their position or geometry. Create dialogs and receive updates to the selection status, dimensions, and more, without drawing tools. (video: 2:34 min.)
Cloud. Set up a Workspace subscription to access your drawings on the cloud, automatically send your drawings to others, and more. (video: 1:23 min.)
Arc centers. Move objects with a single click, organize them in a manner that makes sense to you, and more. (video: 1:16 min.)
Supports and retracts. By using 3D enabled layers, you can support or retract all the layers in a drawing at once. (video: 1:03 min.)
Pin. Pin objects to the drawing canvas and have them stay there. (video: 1:31 min.)
Organize layers by type. Group drawing layers and sub-layers by type, such as a line, rectangle, or arc, or create a layer for every type of object in a drawing. (video: 1:42 min.)
Revert. Restore previous versions of drawings and undo most changes. (video: 1:29 min.)
More control. Control the ink and brush strokes you draw. Choose how the brush or pen works, from drawing to a color fill to an outline. (video: 2:12 min.)
Shape tools. Draw closed, semicircular, and more complex shapes. Control the thickness of your lines and fills. (video: 1:26 min.)
Pathfinder. Find the ideal paths for you, easily and quickly. (video: 2:08 min.)
Flowchart creation. Add flowcharts directly to your drawings and share your work. (video: 1:31 min.)
Document collaboration. Easily work on shared
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
Windows XP SP3 or later
Installed RAM: 1GB or more
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible
Screen Resolution: 1280×720
You can get the Apogee Sound Recorder for PC and Mac here:
What’s new in version 2.0?
The new version comes with:
• Improved stability with multiple patches and fixes to the PC and Mac versions
• New ‘Space’ and ‘X’ keys for quick access to the timeline
• Added ‘Quick’ play/