AUGI HotNews July 2010
Are you watching AUGI from the sidelines or are you "in the game" as an active member - sharing your expertise and interacting with fellow members? Here are some of the ways you can get more involved.
The AUGI.com site gets a major overhaul and some time-honored AUGI programs are enhanced dramatically. AUGI makes a big, splashy show at Autodesk University 2003.
TIPniques columnist Brian Benton continues a series of articles about new and enhanced features in the latest version of AutoCAD. This month, hatches and gradients, polylines and splines are explored.
Design with confidence using workstations that bear the "Certified for AutoCAD" label from Autodesk, namely the HP Z200 and Z200 Small Form Factor Workstations.
There's a risk involved in being at the top of your game, especially when the tools you've become so proficient in are a few (or more than a few) releases old. Mark Kiker offers a challenge in the form of a checklist - have you tapped these new tools?