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[ad_1] On my daily morning parchment on Twitter, I came across an interesting tweet from designer Amélie Lamont in response to a valid question about design education for 2020: as more and more students come to class already knowing the basics of Adobe programs, what are some good online resources for in-depth tutorials so teachers […]

How to Use Windows 10 Game Bar to Record Training Videos

[ad_1] A training video can be the best method of communication in a professional environment. You can capture a recording using the game bar, but first there are some quirks to overcome. Image: manaemedia, Anda Stanca / Getty Images Depending on the situation, sometimes it’s better to show someone how to do something than to […]

Become an AutoCAD ace and launch your career as a designer

[ad_1] You wouldn’t download a car, but how about embark on a design career where you can develop one in AutoCAD? This in-depth tutorial set is designed to get you writing in no time for just $ 19.99. The ultimate AutoCAD learning kit is carefully planned to improve your drawing, 2D and 3D design skills. […]

Carlson Survey 2019 Brings User-requested Features and DGN Compatibility

[ad_1] Maysville, Ky., USA (September 2018) – The latest version of Carlson from Survey 2019 brings more features requested by users as well as improved compatibility between CAD platforms. Carlson Survey with IntelliCAD 9.0 supports direct reading of DGN files, which allows users to make edits without converting drawing formats. Surveyors who work with clients […]

How to Become an Engineer: A Complete Guide for the First Year of Engineering and Beyond

TO BE INVOLVED! – So many engineers will go through college and maybe be successful all the time before they get to the real world and realize they don’t understand anything. The real world isn’t as perfect as a textbook problem; there are infinitely more variables and therefore infinitely more ways to approach any problem. […]

Revit online course for beginners and experts

[ad_1] Revit online course for beginners and experts Course: “Revit 2019: Essential Architecture Training (Imperial)”. Image © Lynda.com To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/897258/online-revit-courses-for-beginners-and-experts As one of the most widely used BIM software products in the world, there are a large number of tutorials and online courses that help us […]

10 CAD tools for your small manufacturing business

[ad_1] Computer Aided Design, or CAD, is an essential tool for any manufacturing or product design business. There are many different software that can help you with this feature, but knowing which ones to choose can be a bit tricky. Dan Taylor, content analyst at the software review and research platform Capterra, said in an […]

Autodesk announces AutoCAD 2018 for Mac and AutoCAD LT for Mac

Autodesk announces new 2018 versions of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT for Mac. Autodesk wrapped up its user conference, Autodesk University, last weekend in Las Vegas, but today the company is announcing details for the 2018 AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT for Mac update. Architosh had the opportunity to talk to AutoCAD Product Manager, Rajeshree Dembla, about […]

Top 10 MicroStation Features You Won’t Find In AutoCAD

[ad_1] Jul 31, 2017 Sponsored by: Bentley Systems Streamlined deliverable production and native support for multiple monitors are just two of the powerful features that will make your CAD life easier. MicroStation from Bentley Systems, an advanced 3D parametric modeling solution, is packed with powerful features you won’t find in AutoCAD! Read on for more […]

Useful, But Lesser-Known Features of AutoCAD Electrical

[ad_1] Jul 30, 2017 By: Elvis R. Sverko IMAGINiT Tricks tutorial: Discover the commands related to the display of the color of the wires and the gauge labels, the placement of the wire numbers, etc. Editor’s Note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. Having worked with many engineering and manufacturing companies that use AutoCAD […]

Autodesk Updates AutoCAD for Mac — Touch Bar Support

[ad_1] Autodesk joins the club by becoming the second major CAD developer with Touch Bar support in the latest dot dot release of the Autodesk AutoCAD 2017 product line for Mac. Other UX and customization improvements round out this free mid-version update that users are sure to appreciate. Autodesk quietly announced a major update for […]

Configure AutoCAD Electrical 2017 databases for use with Microsoft SQL

Sep 14, 2016 By: Alex Karan IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Follow these simple steps for a quick setup. Editor’s note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. To start, create and configure the Microsoft SQL AECATALOG instance on the SQL server. Note that the version of Microsoft SQL must be 2008 or later. Next, install Autodesk […]

Automatic Wire Sequencing in AutoCAD Electrical

[ad_1] Feb. 24, 2016 By: Elvis R. Sverko IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Manual creation of a report to designate the exact sequence of wire and pin connection takes extra time, which is always insufficient. Fortunately, AutoCAD Electrical software can perform these tasks automatically. Editor’s Note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. Wire tees are a […]

Using Point Cloud and Terrain Themes in Autodesk InfraWorks – CAD Tutorials

IMAGINIT – Jeff Morrow | December 29, 2015 | Remark In the video above, we look at theming point clouds and terrain surfaces to get visual insights into terrain data. In this example, we are using an RCP file created from a LAS file in Autodesk’s ReCap program with an IMX file created in AutoCAD […]

Use wire sequencing to your advantage in AutoCAD Electrical and Inventor

[ad_1] Dec 26 2015 By: Thayne Wickam IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Learn how wire sequencing in AutoCAD Electrical works with multiple components or pins in a circuit, and how to use it for the Inventor Cable & Harness environment. Editor’s Note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. It is now easy to find information about […]

Changing Section View Directions in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016 – CAD Tutorials

[ad_1] IMAGINiT – James Musselman | December 17, 2015 | Comment Users now have the option to change the direction in which sections are displayed in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016. In the video tutorial above, we will explain how to do this. To summarize the steps, users should first go to their settings tab in […]

Revised revision clouds in AutoCAD 2016

[ad_1] Dec 9 2015 By: Lynn Allen Circles and Lines Tutorial: Unlike the old RevCloud command, the new version creates symmetrical revision clouds with easy-to-use handles for editing. Many of us use revision clouds to highlight various parts of our drawings, but our AutoCAD tool for doing this has long needed improvement. Fortunately, there is […]

Creating Referenced Hyperlinks in AutoCAD Electrical

[ad_1] August 30, 2015 By: Alex Karan IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Learn how to create PDF files with referenced hyperlinks. Editor’s Note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. AutoCAD Electrical 2015 and 2016 allow you to publish in Adobe PDF file format with referenced hyperlinks. This feature works very similar to AutoCAD printing. The created […]

Still looking at 3D in AutoCAD

[ad_1] May 27, 2015 By: Bill Fane Learning Curve Tutorial: Use the ViewProj and ViewSection commands to create 2D views of your models. It was a hot and sweltering evening. Captain LearnCurve, his beautiful wife, their daughter and son-in-law, and their two grandsons had competed in a Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club fuel economy race. Children and […]

Program AutoCAD-based products using AutoLISP

March 18, 2015 By: Andrew G. Roe Customize AutoCAD Electrical and other software products without .NET APIs. In previous articles in this programming series, we explored how to customize AutoCAD-based products using Visual Studio .NET, AutoLISP, and other techniques. Although .NET is often the first choice for experienced programmers, some AutoCAD-based products do not include […]

Yet another way to switch from 3D to 2D in AutoCAD

[ad_1] January 21, 2015 By: Bill Fane Learning Curve Tutorial: To quickly create 2D views from 3D models, try the ViewBase family of commands. It was a warm and sunny December morning just before Christmas. Captain LearnCurve, his beautiful wife, their son and daughter-in-law were relaxing in the sun on the deck of the Silver […]

Using AutoCAD Electrical 2015 in Autodesk Vault

December 28, 2014 By: Alex Karan IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Learn the ins and outs of using AutoCAD Electrical in the Autodesk Vault environment. Editor’s note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. Before you start using AutoCAD Electrical in the Autodesk Vault environment, make sure you know the name and location of the Vault working […]

Creating a plug-in command for AutoCAD Civil 3D

Jul 9, 2014 By: Andrew G. Roe Use Visual Studio.NET to customize your Civil 3D experience. Since its inception, AutoCAD’s open architecture has helped many users customize the software to suit their needs. Over the past few years, Autodesk has introduced many vertical products including AutoCAD Civil 3D, Mechanical, and Electrical, leading many people to […]

Infinite Skills “Learning AutoCAD 2015 Tutorial” provides a guide to the essentials of Computer Aided Design in the Industry Leading Curriculum in Standard and LT Editions

[ad_1] Learn Autodesk AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 at your own pace. (PRWEB) June 14, 2014 Technology training company InfiniteSkills Inc. this week released its “Learning AutoCAD 2015” and “Learning AutoCAD 2015 LT” tutorials, introductory courses that cover basic drawing and editing skills in AutoCAD and provide a solid foundation in the basic functionality […]

The Infinite Skills “Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2015 Learning Tutorial” teaches the tools and features of the AutoCAD extension

[ad_1] Explore Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2015 at your own pace. (PRWEB) April 21, 2014 Software training company Infinite Skills Inc. this week released its “Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2015 Learning Tutorial,” an introductory course designed to teach essential tools, controls, and best practices for designing electrical projects with this popular AutoCAD extension for electrical engineers. AutoCAD […]

Add your plugin to an AutoCAD menu

September 25, 2013 By: Andrew G. Roe Load and run a plugin quickly – without typing. In my previous AutoCAD programming article, we learned how to use the .NET programming environment to create an AutoCAD plug-in – a custom command that can be run directly from the AutoCAD environment. The plugin included a custom command […]

Create a plugin for AutoCAD

[ad_1] June 19, 2013 By: Andrew G. Roe Develop your customization skills when you program a command using Visual Studio.NET. In my previous AutoCAD programming articles, we learned how to use the .NET programming environment to extract drawing information, create and modify AutoCAD entities, and modify entities programmatically. We mainly focused on running applications from […]

Mechanical applications for AutoCAD Electrical

May 22nd 2013 From: Stan Wile IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Use all the tools in Autodesk Product Design Suite. Editor’s note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. Now that AutoCAD Electrical is included in the Premium and Ultimate versions of Autodesk’s Product Design Suite, many companies have access to this software package. However, more and […]

Understanding AutoCAD Mechanical Object Snap Settings

February 12, 2013 From: John Hackney IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Have you ever felt like your instant items were possessed? If you encounter strange behavior while using them, this trick may help you. Editor’s note: This tutorial is courtesy of IMAGINiT Technologies. AutoCAD Mechanical has a truly wonderful set of commands and settings that make it […]

Seek and You Will Find: Quickly locate AutoCAD files containing specific entities

October 24, 2012 From: Bill Fane Learning curve tutorial: The AutoLISP routine simplifies an otherwise daunting task. It was a hot, sunny day. Captain LearnCurve and his beautiful wife were staying at their lakeside summer cottage. They were relaxing between the water ski slopes, lazily watching a great blue heron soar past. The only cloud […]

InfiniteSkills Releases AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Tutorial Covering Fundamentals of Topographic Precision Modeling and Design

[ad_1] Learn AutoCAD Civil 3D from a top professional (PRWEB) September 01, 2012 Video tutorial provider InfiniteSkills Inc. has announced the availability of its latest AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 video tutorial series, commented by Seth Cohen, a professionally certified CAD trainer. With 106 separate lessons explaining the program’s tools at a beginner level, the Civil […]

The World of AutoCAD Programming Platforms, Part 1

[ad_1] April 11, 2012 By: Andrew G. Roe VBA remains an option, but its days seem numbered. Check out the other choices available for customizing AutoCAD. AutoCAD’s open architecture has long been one of its most attractive qualities. The freedom to customize menus, add custom commands, and develop add-on programs that run in AutoCAD has […]

Research and Markets: Mastering AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012

[ad_1] DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Research and markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/15d50a/mastering_autocad) announced the addition of the new book from John Wiley and Sons Ltd “Proficient in AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012“to their offer. Learn to master AutoCAD software This official Autodesk training guide is a comprehensive reference and tutorial that will help you get started with […]

Create custom AutoCAD commands and toolbars

April 5, 2011 By: Emilio Valentin From the Trenches: Looking for an easier way to access your custom LISP routines? This user-written tutorial will walk you through the process of creating the toolbar. Have you ever needed to create your own toolbar or command in AutoCAD? You may have been using custom LISP routines for […]

AutoCAD is coming to iPad, iPhone, coming back to Mac

[ad_1] Autodesk is bringing its AutoCAD architecture, design and engineering software back to Mac OS after an 18-year hiatus, the company said tonight. But the company plans to do more than just offer a Mac OS X version of AutoCAD: it announces that it will release a free version of the software, dubbed AutoCAD WS, […]

The Best Table in the House (AutoCAD Learning Curve Tutorial)

August 31, 2008 From: Bill Fane Part two on linking AutoCAD tables to Excel spreadsheets. It was late on a dark and stormy afternoon. Captain LearnCurve was frantically trying to fix his pool skimmer because the forecast for the next day was hot and sunny and he wanted to get the solar collector working again. […]

AutoCAD slides with its handles (AutoCAD Bug Watch Tutorial)

[ad_1] June 30, 2008 By: Steve Johnson Grip goofs to goof, and how to crash AutoCAD by choosing OK. AutoCAD 2004 introduced the GRIPOBJLIMIT system variable, which allows you to restrict the circumstances in which AutoCAD displays handles on preselected objects. If set to zero, AutoCAD always displays grips when objects are preselected, as long […]