Paul Li explores the many fun facts available for AutoCAD users to take full advantage of its feature.
Jacob Matuseski peels DWG environment back to reveal its many layers, as well as discuss powerful workflows that can be implemented to effectively manage them, and that’s just the beginning.
Adam Black tells his story from 43 years of experience seeing far more bad teaching, systems, and processes than good, while keeping the saying of keeping the blind from leading the blind.
Paul Li first discusses why Autodesk may have included the free LISP file, then he demonstrates the additional function the LISP file adds to AutoCAD. Finally, Paul concludes with what came of the free sample function as AutoCAD continued development with newer releases.
Jim Coppinger talks about two systems that he thinks work wonderfully together, side-by-side in the same office environment: AutoCAD and BricsCAD.
Paul Li informs everyone about Blocks, Block Inserts, Xref Blocks, and how AutoCAD will always offer variety and flexibility giving users multiple options to reach the same goal, but it is up to the end user to be fully informed of all that AutoCAD offers.
Frank Mayfield spreads his knowledge of “What’s New” in the AutoCAD LT 2024 release, and now the world of possibilities that this opens up for the LT user!
Shawn Herring focuses on the CAD Standards Checker tool in AutoCAD as well as the Reference Template options that are considered the proper CAD Standards setup, but he dives deep into the world of standards between the lines.
Daniel Lench explores the Network Tool Palette that AutoCAD has to offer and how to start with those tools, while also giving information about CAD as a whole!
Paul Li introduces the ‘free samples’ that AutoCAD always includes. Paul shows you what to get, how to get it, and how to use it, all in the most efficient ways!
Brandon Cole talks about his experience and how most CTB users have been misled about what STB can actually do and how it is supposed to work as well as adding that it’s more drafter-friendly.
Erin Sorensen writes about Autodesk and how its’ powerful planning tools and GIS system allows collaboration for the higher good of delivering on homeowners dreams.
Sam Lucido teaches all about system variables while stating that they are the, “key to success.”
Paul Li focuses more on Scripts and concludes with how Scripts & Plots can join forces for the greater good.
Paul Li writes all about plotting and scripts including ‘plotting in the blind’ and some ‘plotting enhancements.’
Paul Li gives us insight throughout his experience consisting of over three decades with AutoCAD, including some Revit comparisons.
Daniel Davis looks at the process of creating prototypes, and 2D and 3D models. All secrets about creating prototypes in AutoCAD are unleashed.
Ivan Shchito takes it back to the first release of AutoCAD and mentions how, “the software was also designed to provide functionality first. It was not considered how many letters a person had to type to access a command or how long the mouse path had to be and how many clicks needed to be done… we can still see the ergonomics flaws which were planted at the dawn of computer technology.” He then leads into tons of educating about the shortcuts of AutoCAD.
Dzan Ta walks us through the new release of AutoCAD and what’s included with the new release. There are some new features we have been waiting on for years, and they have finally arrived.