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AutoCAD, as well as its add-in applications and open-source alternatives, is used to create 2D and 3D drawings for architects, engineers, designers, and construction professionals. It is among the world’s most popular applications for architects and engineers.
AutoCAD’s growing number of competing add-on applications and open-source alternatives are largely driven by user demand for integrated, modular CAD applications and the proliferation of 3D technology.
AutoCAD originated with the needs of commercial construction. Its precursor was Bausch & Lomb’s LabCenter. This early version was a menu-driven programming language that was used to develop visual tools, such as the three-dimensional (3D) slicing and projection tools (sphere/cylinder/cone) for creating photorealistic visualizations of 3D construction drawings. These tools were originally developed using BLITTER, a proprietary electronic assembly language. The LabCenter was released in December 1980, and in March 1981, Bausch & Lomb hired Alain Vaillant, an inventor of a commercial CAD tool, to develop the LabCenter into a more user-friendly tool. Vaillant was given a six-month deadline to complete the LabCenter. Bausch & Lomb was impressed by the LabCenter’s progress and offered Vaillant the opportunity to develop a commercial CAD system based on the LabCenter. He accepted the offer, and a meeting was set up with Arthur R. Miller, president of ECA (Electronic Computer Associates), a consulting firm. Bausch & Lomb agreed to fund the development of a new CAD system to be called AutoCAD. Bausch & Lomb signed a development agreement with ECA in November 1981, and Miller became the president of Autodesk. AutoCAD was released to the public in May 1982.
In addition to graphics, AutoCAD supports solid modeling and a host of standard drawing commands. In the early years of the development of AutoCAD, the development team focused on creating a system that was easy to use, for both designers and architects. The drawing commands were conceived to be « sensible » with the primary intent of making it possible for CAD users to design « fast » with standard tools.
One of the first new features in AutoCAD was the ability to link CAD objects to external information, including data stored in databases. The first AutoCAD release had data base access with a relational database, which was later replaced with
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AutoCAD was originally developed as AutoCAD Electrical in 1987 by AutoDesk, a small company which had previously been founded in 1980 by Bill Gates, Paul Allen, and Paul Herold to sell software for the VisiCalc spreadsheet. AutoDesk’s other products included VisiCalc and later, QBASIC, which was designed to be an easy to use alternative to the DECLICI command of DEC VMS. However, the company was hit by the de-regulation of the industry, competition from the introduction of PCs and growth in the home. AutoDesk was purchased by Corel Corporation in 1995, which is an industry leader in graphics software. AutoCAD was also the base for CorelDraw, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite and Corel PHOTO-PAINT. In 2005 Corel was purchased by The Magna Global Corporation, a Canadian multinational corporation, and since then both AutoCAD and CorelDraw have been available under the name Autodesk.
On May 18, 2002, AutoCAD was rebranded as Autodesk AutoCAD 2002 and began a new architecture. However, the company has continued to support the original architecture. This was the start of the Autodesk CAD product line.
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AutoCAD For Windows
How to use it?
Download the crack then extract it.
Run Autocad.exe and press on OK button and Select the crack file.
What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Markup Assist eliminates the need to use the Insert/Annotate tab to add annotations, dimensioning, and other types of objects. Enhancements make it easy to update parts of a drawing without having to redraw them from scratch.
Schedule, edit, and view tables simultaneously across multiple drawings, sheets, or pages. Set preferred view, order, sort, hide, and show tables and their contents, and arrange or move objects. (video: 2:03 min.)
Drag objects between tables: Drag and drop objects between tables, rows, or columns, directly into adjacent cells.
Display an accurate, clear representation of your assembly drawing. Show even complex, nested assemblies, join parts with their neighbors, and group parts into logical groups. (video: 1:45 min.)
Easily organize your drawings by dragging and dropping assembly parts to related drawing sheets.
New commands for creating parts, embedding parts, drawing connected circles and lines, and working with individual parts:
Create new parts and add them to drawings. (video: 1:36 min.)
Easily edit and update parts and drawings from the same command. Add to a drawing by associating a path with a part, or by moving or copying a part.
Drag and drop parts to and from drawings. (video: 1:42 min.)
Select objects and parts by label or color to quickly navigate a drawing.
Drag and drop elements between drawings to set parts or lines as components, and associate parts to other parts in a drawing.
Create a rotated copy of an existing part. Rotate a drawing by any angle. (video: 1:51 min.)
Expand or collapse parts in their drawing. Scale, move, or rotate parts for more precise placement.
Filter Drawing views:
Find detailed or top-level views of a drawing. Sort and group parts and views by name, description, layer, or date. (video: 1:35 min.)
Create, edit, or use DWG files with more precision and less footprint by using smaller, cleaner, and more efficient DWG file formats. Use the new BlockOptimize dialog box to quickly apply DWG optimizations, or analyze the size, structure, and other properties of your drawings for optimized results.
New DWG format improvements include
OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
Processor: Dual Core 1.6 GHz or above
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Hard disk: 10 GB available space
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Graphics: OpenGL version 3.1 or later
Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
Additional: Disk space required: 25 GB
Processor: Quad Core 2.5 GHz or above