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Since its inception, AutoCAD has become the most widely used CAD program in the world, including use by professionals and users of the software in: architectural and engineering design; construction; manufacturing; engineering; industrial design; and geographic information systems. The second most widely used CAD program in the world is Dassault Systèmes’ BIM (building information modeling) software Architect.

Revisions to AutoCAD are released frequently throughout the year, and a new major release is announced every other year. AutoCAD 2018 R2 is the third major release of AutoCAD since version 13. Since its inception, AutoCAD has received more than 60 major releases. AutoCAD has been developed at various locations including the offices of Autodesk in California, New York, and Massachusetts. The current AutoCAD development office is in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

AutoCAD was created in 1980 by John Walker, an employee of the Bituminous Road Machinery Company (BRMC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who was frustrated with the lack of CAD support in BRMC’s products. He approached David Addey, a computer scientist at Kendall Square Research, with a proposal to create a computer-aided design (CAD) software package. The initial CAD software package was called BigDraw. It included simple drafting tools and it was offered for both the Apple II personal computer and for mainframe minicomputers.

The first official release of the AutoCAD package was in November 1982 for the Apple II. Over the next 10 years, the product grew in size and complexity. The first release of AutoCAD was named AutoCAD. AutoCAD Version 2 was released in October 1986, and it featured a variety of new features including snap-on paper. By this time, the core of the software was now running on a microprocessor, rather than a mainframe.

Over the next 10 years, AutoCAD was renamed many times. The product was originally known as AutoCAD “at Bituminous”. It was known as “AutoCAD ’85” in 1985 and then as “AutoCAD 2” in 1986. In 1991, it was renamed as “AutoCAD Extended” for the Apple Macintosh, and in 1991 it was renamed “AutoCAD ’91” for the PC platform. It was finally renamed as “AutoCAD 2000” in 1999, after which it took the current name, “AutoC

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2D data import/export
2D data export is a standard feature of AutoCAD. Using the command Line or the Insert ribbon, a user can export a drawing in the DWG (DXF) or SVG format, which is based on PostScript. It supports:
DXF – 2D drawing format
DXF/DWG files can be opened in AutoCAD 2000 or later using the DXF Import and Export.
SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics, drawing format
The SVG format is similar to the PostScript format and includes vector-based graphics and layout, in contrast to PDF, which is a raster-based format.
GeoPDF – GeoPackage format
The GeoPDF format is an open standard, developed by the OpenGIS consortium. It is a format used to store and manage geographic features and their spatial relationships, and it is a superset of the PostGIS database.
STP – Site Transfer Package, drawing format

2D data import/export through API
2D data import/export through API was introduced in AutoCAD 2010 for Autodesk Exchange Apps. Using the standard API, a developer can write an application that interacts with AutoCAD drawing files. The standard API was designed to support:
Reading and writing DXF and DWG files.
Reading and writing Schematic and DGN files.
Reading and writing SVG files.
Reading and writing GeoPDF files.
Reading and writing Site Transfer Package files.
Importing and exporting AutoCAD drawing files through the Open XML format.

The standard API supports saving the drawing in the following formats:
Site Transfer Package

2D data import/export through MDI window
2D data import/export through MDI window was introduced in AutoCAD 2010 for Autodesk Exchange Apps. The standard method for importing and exporting file data through the standard API works well, but the data can not be directly saved in the standard AutoCAD drawing format.

2D data import/export through object
2D data import/export through object (a new method for importing and exporting file data) was introduced in AutoCAD 2010 for Autodesk Exchange Apps. This new method improves the 2D data export and import function.

Basic 2D data export

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If Autocad is closed, activate it and open AutoCAD.

Go to the Options menu and the Soft Registration tab.

Click on “Try to connect to AutoCAD 2010 first”

Select from the list: Windows, Windows Server, OS X, Unix

Continue with the new registration, sign in, and close AutoCAD.
You can check if the soft registration worked by go to the Soft Registration tab in the Options menu.

Now try to use AutoCAD. You should be able to use both programs at the same time and they should play nice together.


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Category:Autodesk softwareThe Orioles’ season is over. It’s quite possible that the stadium may be, too. So it should come as no surprise that the organization is already turning its focus toward the future. Here’s a round-up of its plans:

See also: Andy MacPhail and Eddie Jordan leave “immediately”

The newest Orioles owner, Steve Bisciotti, spent the bulk of the summer going over the situation in Texas, and it’s apparent that the Orioles are prepared to make major changes to the roster.

Brian Matusz may be trade bait. —Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) September 29, 2014

The focus of the offseason will be changing the roster. The Orioles currently have nine players that are eligible for arbitration for the first time, but that’s not including the reserves on the 40-man roster. To make the trade deadline, the Orioles would need to make another trade and then decide how to use all of their players.

There will be options available, however. The Orioles have been interested in Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and while he’s off-limits, it’s at least conceivable that they could be interested in a rental. The Orioles could also look at obtaining a starting pitcher, as they’ve been looking for a starter to slot in behind Chris Tillman, Wei-Yin Chen and Kevin Gausman.

At the end of the season, the Orioles will likely decide on which of the two


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New GeoAutoCAD:

Geometric data is now more flexible. Create models or drawings that contain freeform geometry with new sets of tools, and easily convert and export models to a variety of file formats. (video: 1:22 min.)

Sketch Objects:

Schedule and repeat common drawing tasks. Set options, trigger and repeat commands, and import and export data with the convenience of a toolbar. You can also share parts of your drawing with the rest of the team. (video: 1:15 min.)

Raster to Vector:

As engineers, you may want to try a more refined approach to bring your designs to life. Draw outlines around your designs and convert your vector lines to rasterized lines for easier editing. (video: 1:17 min.)

3D Components:

Try the new layout and styling options for 3D components, such as the new Text component. (video: 1:09 min.)

Responsive UI:

The new UI is based on a responsive experience, so your screens display best on mobile, tablets and desktops. It’s more convenient to navigate your drawing and follow commands. (video: 1:06 min.)

Advanced 3D Printing:

Hands-on tutorials allow you to dive into the 3D printing environment and explore a few cool features of the new 3D printer. (video: 1:11 min.)

Powerful Modeling:

Set the look and style of your model directly in the drawing. You can use attributes to update the look of your model as it’s drawn. Use shape attributes to change the appearance of a specific part, and set individual components to look a particular way. (video: 1:09 min.)

2D Drafting:

Work more efficiently with Drafting. Use rich drawing tools, such as the Grid and Magnetic Layout for drawing. Also, create 2D outlines directly from 3D models and create 2D wireframe views. (video: 1:06 min.)

Explode & Sequence:

Use the built-in exploded view and sequence your drawing parts for quick reuse. Or, group your drawings and parts to use them in more complex designs. (video: 1:16 min.)

Edit Linking:

Create hyperlinks between drawings and models to bring your designs together quickly. Quickly

System Requirements:

Windows XP/7/8/10
1 GHz CPU (Intel, AMD)
300 MB HDD space
800×600 resolution
Windows Vista
2 GHz CPU (Intel, AMD)
Windows 7
500 MB HDD space


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