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AutoCAD on the PC was introduced in March 1986, with subsequent major releases occurring in 1987, 1989, 1991, 1994, 1996, 2000, 2003, 2008, and 2011. By 2010, AutoCAD was the world’s best-selling professional CAD software application with an estimated 5.5 million users.
AutoCAD provides 2D and 3D drawing capabilities and is the industry standard for architectural, mechanical, and electrical design. With AutoCAD, design professionals and hobbyists alike can create, modify, and animate 2D drawings.
The main features of AutoCAD include:
•2D and 3D drafting (vector and raster)
•2D and 3D plotting
•Paper space management
•User interface layout and enhancements
Design professionals use the software to create architectural, mechanical, and electrical designs; civil engineers, surveyors, and town planners use the software for planning, layout, and design; and hobbyists use AutoCAD as a drafting tool.
Autodesk sells AutoCAD at a base price of $10,000 to $15,000. The software is available as a part of AutoCAD LT (a low-cost product geared toward hobbyists), AutoCAD Suite, AutoCAD Authorware (formerly 3D Studio Architect), AutoCAD Raster Graphics, AutoCAD LT, and AutoCAD Architecture. The latest versions of AutoCAD also require a license to operate a local Windows domain.
Autodesk also offers AutoCAD 360, a digital content subscription service that gives access to hundreds of hours of AutoCAD and other software.
Autodesk Releases AutoCAD
Autodesk released its first version of AutoCAD in 1982 for use with the Apple Macintosh.
In 1987, AutoCAD added raster graphics capabilities. A raster image is a vector image that is composed of pixels, and raster graphics are a cross between vector graphics and pixel-based graphics. (A pixel is a small, two-dimensional image that represents a dot of color.) While a raster image is made up of
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2D and 3D vector data (lines, shapes, blocks, patches and 3D solids)
2D and 3D text (labels, legends and comments)
2D and 3D styles (e.g. text styles, color fills)
2D and 3D text styles (e.g. type, size, color, weight, weight grouping)
2D and 3D dimension styles (e.g. line styles, dimension styles, text styles)
2D and 3D property styles (e.g. character styles, line styles, blocks, region styles)
2D and 3D views and properties
2D and 3D extents
2D and 3D masks and the associated parameters
2D and 3D spaces
2D and 3D templates and the associated parameters
2D and 3D dimensions
2D and 3D drawing components
2D and 3D objects
2D and 3D parts
2D and 3D reports and the associated parameters
2D and 3D drafting conventions
2D and 3D drafting symbols
2D and 3D routing
2D and 3D path editing
2D and 3D scales
2D and 3D pen tools
2D and 3D rules and filters
2D and 3D text and appearance properties
2D and 3D Text editor
2D and 3D Text formatting options
2D and 3D drawing standards and classes
2D and 3D surfaces and profiles
2D and 3D scales
2D and 3D windows and views
2D and 3D document locking
2D and 3D model space navigation and operations
2D and 3D tools and application programming interfaces (APIs)
3D image library
Network and Internet functions
Phasing, rendering and other technical drawing functionality
CAD (Computer Aided Design) programming interface for use in developing AutoCAD add-ons, as well as many third-party Autodesk-based applications
AutoCAD Raster Imaging Interface (ARI)
CADF (Data Format)
ObjectARX, a C++ class library for AutoCAD that allows to embed code in AutoCAD drawings
AutoCAD Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a component of AutoCAD that allows creation of GIS-based maps and models.
Vector (Geometric) Data Editing Interface (VDX)
AutoCAD 23.0 X64
Open Autodesk.Autocad.exe and then click on the “Generate and Run” button to generate key and install it.
Autocad files modification
If the updated files are required then the below steps are explained:
1. Go to the location in which Autocad is installed and extract the contents of the folder.
2. Go to the Autodesk\Application_Support\AC_2012_R1\AutoCAD\AU folder and delete all the AutoCAD folders.
3. Rename the AU folder to the Autocad version (e.g., 2010) and copy the newly renamed folder to the Autocad version (e.g., 2010) folder.
4. Copy all the custom dll files from the newly renamed AU folder to the \Application_Support\AC_2010_R1\AutoCAD\AU folder.
5. Rename the AU folder to the Autocad version (e.g., 2011) and copy the newly renamed folder to the Autocad version (e.g., 2011) folder.
6. Copy all the custom dll files from the newly renamed AU folder to the \Application_Support\AC_2011_R1\AutoCAD\AU folder.
7. Rename the AU folder to the Autocad version (e.g., 2012) and copy the newly renamed folder to the Autocad version (e.g., 2012) folder.
8. Copy all the custom dll files from the newly renamed AU folder to the \Application_Support\AC_2012_R1\AutoCAD\AU folder.
9. Copy the “Accounts.dll”, “Auth.dll”, “ContextMenu.dll” and “FrontEndUI.dll” from the “Application_Support\AC_2012_R1\AutoCAD\Accounts”, “Application_Support\AC_2012_R1\AutoCAD\Auth”, “Application_Support\AC_2012_R1\AutoCAD\ContextMenu” and “Application_Support\AC_2012_R1\AutoCAD\FrontEndUI” folder to the Autocad installation folder.
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What’s New in the AutoCAD?
No more having to repeatedly make the same changes to a drawing. Quarrel Assist (video: 1:33 min.) allows you to save changes to your drawing for later, modify the saved changes, or modify the original drawing and save the new version.
It’s now possible to fill your design with the colors from the background. When you create a new drawing with many objects, such as in a campus or a kitchen, you can assign a new color to each object’s background and then use the Fill command to place that background color around each object. (video: 2:24 min.)
Creating a New PDF File:
You can now export CAD files to Adobe PDF format. Exporting CAD files to PDF will replace the Print preview window with an option to select the PDF viewer and apply your PDF settings. (video: 1:08 min.)
AutoCAD will now render better if there are too many open files. AutoCAD will now load shared libraries faster. (video: 1:13 min.)
New drawing materials:
You can now create cut-and-paste commands, which means you can create custom drawing commands by selecting the command type, inserting a drawing object (e.g., a hole), and inserting a drawing tool (e.g., a cutter). (video: 1:33 min.)
To create a selection-based command, use the Select command with the Visual Selection tool and select the elements you want to draw. Then draw the elements.
You can now assign a custom value, such as an entity’s height, to an entity type.
You can now cut layers, move layers, copy layers, delete layers, and clone layers directly from the Rulers, Annotation, and Layout tab. (video: 1:08 min.)
Data management improvements:
You can now search and filter for “themes” or for models by the values of their common properties. (video: 1:13 min.)
You can search, filter, sort, and filter open and closed families. (video: 1:40 min.)
You can now export CAD layers as either DWG or DWF files. (video: 1:13 min.)
You can now export many of the Dynamic Input settings directly to DWG and DWF files.
More support for international
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, or Windows Server 2008 R2
1024 MB of RAM
80 MB of free disk space (open notepad)
This tutorial requires the use of an external controller. We will use a Sandisk 3 TB. It’s fast and reliable. If you wish to use a controller inside of a PC, you can use a USB 2.0 enclosure and USB 2.0 hard drives.
If you don’t know how to enable USB in Windows, please follow this guide.