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Modern projects tend to be built from the desktop app. This article will cover basic file handling and common functions.
The following features are listed on the AutoCAD® help, but are not covered here in detail. AutoCAD includes the following features, and more:
Placing or moving an object
Rotating, mirroring, and flipping an object
Scaling an object
Creating and editing text
Designing with forms
Designing with extrusions
Designing with families
Editing and drawing links
Saving and printing images
Building block features such as locks, angles, intersections, and so on
AutoCAD for Mac
AutoCAD for Mac is available for purchase as a stand-alone application for Mac OS X or the iOS operating system (iPad and iPhone).
The user interface is almost identical to the Windows-based application, but it is not available for free. Mac users have to purchase a minimum AutoCAD license before they can begin using the application.
The AutoCAD core features work as they do in the Windows-based application. Other features, such as designating blocks, do not.
Downloading and Using AutoCAD
Most AutoCAD users download a copy of AutoCAD software from the Autodesk website (www.autodesk.com/products/autocad/). But, the software can also be downloaded from third-party websites, depending on the license type and version. Autodesk licenses are downloadable from their website; the Enterprise license type is a huge download (see below). Other types of license (e.g., education, student, and user licenses) require a separate purchase. These may be made via an application form on Autodesk’s website or through an authorized dealer.
The “Autodesk Salesforce” site provides a downloadable installer for AutoCAD. A Salesforce license is often required to use the Application Setup Assistant, which provides the installer.
The Autodesk Data Download Service (ADDS) stores customers’ version and license type information to simplify license management. It is available to CAD users through an Application Service Provider (ASP).
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Software-defined drafting, a CAD technique that blends computer-aided drafting (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), is an emerging trend within the CAD industry. A software-defined drafting product combines CAD with CAM and can be used for rapid prototyping, sheet metal forming, rapid design, and direct metal part production.
A technical drawing is a representation of a design, made by a drafter, for the purpose of communicating the design to the people who will assemble, install, or operate the design. Technical drawings use a technical drawing language, which is different from human language. For instance, a technical drawing typically uses drawings conventions to communicate the position of features, such as holes, angles, cuts, and lines, relative to other features. The drawings conventions of a particular drawing standard may or may not be consistent with the corresponding language in the design standards of the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), mechanical, or other professions.
The earliest technical drawings were hand drawn sketches on papyrus or vellum, but by the 18th century mechanical drafting was being used to produce the drawings. Modern technical drawings are produced using a computer. Often the CAD drawings that produce the technical drawings are not the same as the CAD drawings used to create the physical model, but some technical drawing software can be used to create both the technical and physical models.
Digital technical drawings use an electronic medium. The medium may be paper, a flat-bed scanner, film, an online database, or other media. Many desktop and portable digital drafting systems are available.
Technical drawing software packages have a large number of functions that can be accessed by a drafter. These include drawing conventions, which are a set of rules for how to draw a design. Drawing conventions include the use of styles, linetypes, hatch marks, colors, and symbols. Drawing conventions also include fonts, which are often fixed sizes but may also be variable sizes. Drawing conventions also include grids, which are a way to align the drawing to a template and reference lines. Grids may be created automatically or manually. One or more grids may be visible to a drafter. Other drawing conventions are generated by the software. These include buss bars, which may be used to depict electrical connections, even when the electrical connections are not present in the design.
Common drawing conventions and settings
There are many drawing conventions available, and it is common for different drafters and departments to use different conventions.
Run the autocad.exe or acdrss.exe file.
Press the F1 key and Autocad will launch.
Press the F2 key and Autocad will launch.
If you have an account registered to Autocad, you will be given the option to sign in. Otherwise, you will be asked to sign up.
Press the Ok button on the Autocad key tool.
A message appears stating that the file has been digitally signed and is safe to run. If you have problems, or no updates or there are conflicting files present, you can resolve this issue by doing the following:
* Restart the computer.
* Use a different browser or another computer to complete the download.
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**NOTE** If you do not want to use the Microsoft code, you can download the AutoCAD 2010 release from the Autodesk website at `www.autodesk.com/autocad2010`.
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What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Conveniently add markups to the sections and viewports of your drawings. For example, add text, shapes or arrowheads as your design progresses. (video: 3:04 min.)
Work with curves as geometry, including generating shapes and drawing splines. (video: 1:24 min.)
Use the latest iteration of surface modeling technology to create highly detailed 3D models. (video: 1:42 min.)
Add text to your drawings with very precise control of appearance. (video: 1:01 min.)
Group Drawing Tools:
Use Grouped Drawing Tools for drawing more easily and simultaneously. Define your tools as a group and then drag a drawing to create tool presets. (video: 1:10 min.)
Align your objects by using an edge as a guide to make repeated, guided selections. (video: 1:01 min.)
Work more efficiently with larger models, defining how your 3D geometry should appear. (video: 2:20 min.)
Use the latest tools for working with planes and solids. (video: 1:42 min.)
Quickly switch between surfaces with Materials Manager, switching between front and back surfaces or multiple materials in a single command. (video: 2:36 min.)
Apply real-time visual styles to your drawings to see the effect on all drawings and geometric symbols. (video: 1:38 min.)
Use AutoCAD Drawing Snapshot for creating high-resolution models. (video: 1:34 min.)
Improved Style Selector:
For quick and easy change of styles, create a new, named style set for each of your own settings, and store the settings in that style set. (video: 1:00 min.)
Use Auto-sizing to quickly manage the size of your drawings. (video: 1:44 min.)
New import/export formats:
Import and export from other CAD packages. Export to PDF, DWG, DXF, and HTML formats. (video: 1:18 min.)
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: Intel Core2 Duo or equivalent
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
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