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AutoCAD is used by engineers, architects, landscape architects, drafters, illustrators, and other users in the design industry. The typical application is for drafting and design, particularly for architectural, engineering, and mechanical drafting and design.

AutoCAD provides tools for creating, modifying, viewing, and saving 2D drawings and 3D drawings (models). AutoCAD has also received an Academy Award for its introduction of the “Block Wizard” tool in AutoCAD LT.

AutoCAD Map 3D for AutoCAD LT, originally released in 1996, was the first commercially available CAD application that included a fully 3D CAD capability. AutoCAD Map 3D for AutoCAD was replaced by AutoCAD Map 3D for AutoCAD LT in 2002, and it was discontinued in 2009. AutoCAD Map 3D for AutoCAD LT was replaced by the AutoCAD Map 3D for AutoCAD LT 2013 app, which was discontinued in 2017.

AutoCAD (R) is available on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. AutoCAD LT (R) is available only on Windows.

Several free and open-source AutoCAD alternatives exist, including DGN, FreeCAD, MagiCAD, and POV-Ray.

History of AutoCAD

AutoCAD was created in 1982 by three architects in the Computer Aided Drafting Group at the University of Utah: David Whyte, Dan Edwards, and David Toman. The group was tasked with designing a computer-aided drafting system to support the local design community. Although they designed many tools for the project, the idea of a portable, integrated, fully featured CAD system proved elusive. After many false starts, they settled on a DOS-based desktop CAD application they named WINCAD that ran on an external graphics board called the GRAPHIC.

The first release of WINCAD was made available in December 1982. At the time, WINCAD’s basic drawing capabilities were far superior to other CAD systems available at the time. Although it was not the first widely available CAD system, WINCAD was one of the first widely available systems for desktop CAD.

Its early popularity was due largely to the Windows environment and the fact that WINCAD had a price advantage due to the lack of licensing fees. The University of Utah did not impose licensing fees on its software products.

In 1984, WINC

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ACIS – Architecture and Construction Information Services (a standard specification for the construction industry in the UK), is the primary supplier of CAD data management for a number of companies including building contractors and registered surveyors.


See also
Comparison of CAD editors for ditros
Comparison of CAD editors for GIS
List of computer-aided design software
List of free computer-aided design software


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Use Markup Assist to add notes, data, dimensions, and more to your drawings. It’s the best way to keep track of all the changes made to your models. Add them to your drawings during review, then save the changes with a few clicks. You can add symbols to different types of objects, and group them into layers for added flexibility. (video: 2:23 min.)

Lights Out:

Easily and automatically change your CAD colors, line types, fills, and other settings, simply by choosing from a list of predefined options. (video: 2:31 min.)

Create a 3D model of anything—from a door to a chair—with the easy-to-use, 3D Modeling Toolkit. Pick a model from the list, customize it, and apply the changes with a few clicks. You can even use the default 3D settings to make a CAD model of almost anything—from your desk to your favorite baseball hat. (video: 2:58 min.)

Plus, find your way to CAD, AutoCAD and other advanced functionality when you choose the new Win 10 UI. (video: 1:35 min.)

Explore the new look and feel of AutoCAD. You can customize the new interface to match your style. Change the UI background and colors to match your environment, or use your own theme to customize. You can even save your favorite UI settings for future use. (video: 2:54 min.)

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Right-click the Ribbon’s top and bottom bars for quick access to commands and features. (video: 1:50 min.)

Numerous advanced tools for drawing and editing curves, surfaces, lines, and text. Use them with the powerful Precision Editor, which gives you full control over the precision of your curves and splines. (video: 2:10 min.)

A new guide line feature and the ability to create 3D objects with AutoCAD. You can draw in 3D, by viewing the page from different angles. This allows you to see the same model from different perspectives. (video: 2:30 min.)

Easily place text anywhere on a sheet. You can use the Text tool to insert and format text—just click anywhere on the sheet and start typing. (video: 2:04 min

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