Introduction What is AutoCAD? AutoCAD is a commercial 3D drawing application based on the parametric model (2D drawing functions on top of a 3D representation) in its higher versions. AutoCAD is the most widely used CAD software worldwide. Originally called AutoCAD (architectural design system), AutoCAD is the world’s most popular 2D and 3D CAD software. In 1999, the company changed the name to Autodesk, AutoCAD has since been the most successful and profitable CAD product in the world. Today, more than 27 million people use AutoCAD across a variety of industries, including engineering, construction, architecture, and visual effects. With AutoCAD, you can do the following: Draw free-form and parametric 2D and 3D drawings View 3D models in 2D, from a bird’s eye view to a side view Perform 2D drafting including dimensions and cross-sections Edit 2D drawings, adding dimensioning, annotations, and comments View technical drawing and field views of 3D models Consolidate multiple 2D and 3D drawings into a single unified drawing Edit drawings with spatial relationships, such as the viewport and measurement properties Save and export files View a sequence of images at different levels of magnification Import images and bitmap artwork Import existing 3D geometry for viewing, editing, and manipulation Calculate, display, and document in 3D Create animation and video sequences Create and edit support for civil, mechanical, architectural, and structural design Geometry, dimensions, and annotations in free-form Create free-form drawings with a two-dimensional editing interface (page layout) Annotate drawings, including properties, dimensions, cross-sections, and special views, such as the section plane Attach and insert images Text, raster images, and bitmaps Geometrically capture a free-form surface by pointing the cursor to a precise location View 3D models in a 2D mode Move, rotate, and zoom the camera Display perspective views, orthographic views, and skybox views Pan, zoom, and rotate the 3D model Use the interactive measurement tools Navigate to 3D coordinates or surfaces Position, rotate, and zoom the 3
File formats The most common file formats for CAD are as follows: ArcInfo CAD — a GIS-based CAD system with an early development version of which also runs on Microsoft Windows. Its graphical user interface is ArcView. Autocad — a proprietary solid modeling system. The company also produces a finite element analysis software, Acceleo, which can be used to simulate the mechanical behavior of structures within Autocad. AutoCAD Architect — a parametric solid modeler for 3D architectural design, which is similar to AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. AutoCAD Electrical — a proprietary solid modeling system for electrical engineering design, also includes advanced tools for infrastructure analysis, power systems analysis, and many electrical or electronic systems analysis applications. AutoCAD Map 3D — a proprietary GIS and mapping software. Its user interface is ArcGIS Explorer. AutoCAD Map Professional — a GIS software that is part of the Esri ArcGIS suite. AutoCAD MapServer — a GIS server which can be used to share GIS data among other GIS programs. AutoCAD LT — a line-based 3D CAD software. It was formerly known as MicroStation CAD. AutoCAD LT for Windows — software for the creation of 2D drawings for architectural design. AutoCAD for Navisworks — a mapping software that works with a Navisworks (or similar) map, for which the 3D data can be automatically imported. AutoCAD Plant 3D — a 3D CAD for industrial/building design, which can import data from other 2D CAD systems. AutoCAD Civil 3D — a line-based 3D CAD program for infrastructure design. AutoCAD 360 — a free platform built on the Autodesk Gambit gaming engine for creating 3D photorealistic virtual worlds. AutoCAD Raster — a proprietary raster based CAD system for the design of maps. The company provides a free map editor called Map Raster Editor. DgnHint — a free dgnm file converter for creating.dgnm maps from any AutoCAD drawing and CAD model formats, including DWG, DXF, DWF, DGN, JPG, and PNG. Eagle CAD — an Autodesk approved additive manufacturing program with a proprietary STL file format. Fractal 3D — a free, vector-based 3D modeling software 3813325f96
Now follow these steps: 1. Go to the Autodesk Network Login page. It should look like this: . 2. Click on “Enter Your Account Information” button at the top of the page. 3. On the next page, enter your Autodesk username and password and click on “Continue”. 4. On the next page, enter your Autodesk membership number and click on “Continue”. 5. In the following page, you will be presented with the registration form. Fill in the information with your Autodesk username, password and membership number. If you are registering for the first time, enter your Autodesk username as “New User”. If you want to register with an existing Autodesk account, enter your Autodesk username as it. In the next page, enter your e-mail address as your Autodesk address. Click on “Next”. 6. You should now see the AutoCAD information page. From there, you can download the AutoCAD software and continue with the install. Note: Registration is an automated process. If you want to register with the net account, you can enter your e-mail address and continue with the registration. If you want to register with your existing Autodesk account, you can click on “Browse” button, browse through the available Autodesk software and register with one of them. 7. Now install Autodesk AutoCAD, the CAD application that will be used to work on the document. > You must have installed Autodesk AutoCAD before installing > Autodesk Autocad. 8. If you want to install for a Windows platform, go to the Autodesk Network Login page and login. Click on “Install on Windows” button and follow the instructions. If you want to install for a Linux platform, go to the Autodesk Network Login page and login. Click on “Install on Linux” button and follow the
AutoCAD 2023 lets you directly import most AutoCAD® 2000 and AutoCAD LT® graphic markup files to a new drawing. You can also export drawings with their graphic markup into a new DXF or DWG file. (video: 3:01 min.) With the new Markup Import and Markup Assist feature, you can add marks directly to your drawings using your printed paper or PDFs as the only source of reference. (video: 1:41 min.) Drawing Reference Windows: The ability to compare and annotate multiple drawings is more effective than ever. Drawing reference windows let you see shared drawings side by side as a single window, allowing you to view multiple drawings in one view. You can quickly compare multiple drawings, annotate drawings, or even share your marked up designs with colleagues. (video: 3:03 min.) With the new Drawing Reference Windows feature, you can share views of your drawings with colleagues and view their shared drawings in the same views as yours. They will see the same annotations as you in their view and you will be able to see their shared drawings as they see your shared drawings. (video: 1:48 min.) Audio Tools: New Audio Tools include the ability to capture and share audio files from within the application. You can also now record and share video files directly in your drawing, so you can annotate and review your designs in real time. (video: 1:18 min.) New Audio Tools include the ability to capture audio files from within the application and share them with others. (video: 1:01 min.) You can now record and share video files directly in your drawings, so you can annotate and review your designs in real time. Just follow the prompts as you record your video file. (video: 1:18 min.) With the new Audio Tools, you can annotate designs in real time and share them with others. You can also record video and share them with others. Just follow the prompts as you record your video. (video: 1:01 min.) Automatic Clipboard Management: What if you need to copy a long list of items, such as measurements, coordinates, or text? Not with AutoCAD 2023. With Automatic Clipboard Management, you can define one clip board for your whole drawing, or specific clip boards for various commands. You no longer need to
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