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AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT are computer-aided design and drafting (CAD) software applications that are licensed by the AutoCAD Company, an American software company based in San Rafael, California. It was created by American Tomás Rivera and was first released in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers. Before AutoCAD was introduced, most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers or minicomputers, with each CAD operator (user) working at a separate graphics terminal. AutoCAD is also available as mobile and web apps.
AutoCAD was developed by American Tomás Rivera, a structural engineer, for his employer, the Boston architectural firm of HOK Architects, to replace the earlier Auto-CAM system. He released AutoCAD in December 1982, followed by AutoCAD LT in 1987. The first AutoCAD LT was released in the year 1988. The first AutoCAD revision was AutoCAD R12 (revision 1.12), which was released in January 1991. The first release of AutoCAD LT was AutoCAD LT 1.0 in the year 1988. In 2006, AutoCAD 2010 was released to replace AutoCAD R2009 and AutoCAD LT 2009.
There are several main reasons to choose AutoCAD over other AutoCAD alternatives, as it has more advanced features, faster performance, and more customizability.
Market Growth and Financial Performance
AutoCAD’s revenue increased from $61.2 million in 2002 to $322.4 million in 2018, and accounted for 18.7% of Autodesk’s revenue. AutoCAD LT’s revenue increased from $14.6 million in 2002 to $75.5 million in 2018, and accounted for 2.3% of Autodesk’s revenue. AutoCAD LT’s user count increased from 8,000 in 2002 to 54,000 in 2018.
There was a drop in AutoCAD’s revenue in 2003, due to the lack of new releases. This issue started to be resolved in 2010. In 2012, AutoCAD started to increase again. During the period of 2016 to 2017, AutoCAD saw a 6.35% increase in revenue and a 7.52% increase in AutoCAD LT. In 2017, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT saw their first year of growth. The only Autodesk program that saw a significant decrease in
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DWG, DXF, DGN, and other CAD formats are part of AutoCAD’s native file format. Since Windows XP, AutoCAD supports reading and writing of these formats. AutoCAD (and the associated AutoCAD Architecture software) also support ASCII, UTF-8, ISO, Windows codepage and a subset of XML format.
The product also supports storing the drawing information in XML, relational databases such as PostgreSQL, and a dedicated custom XML file format, which is based on the FITS format.
AutoCAD also supports exporting to the following file formats:
Data exchanges between AutoCAD and other products like AutoCAD Architecture
AutoCAD Architecture extends AutoCAD with a variety of modules that improve the ability to work with architectural models. AutoCAD Architecture (and the related Architectural Desktop) includes:
There are many file formats supported by AutoCAD Architecture. These include:
AcDb (Architectural Desktop)
AutoCAD Architecture can be integrated with other applications like AutoCAD LT for large-scale data exchange.
Programming and scripting languages
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Tuesday, October 1, 2012
Why I Think He Might Be An Ideal Teammate For Pawnee
Tonight’s GOP presidential debate was a circus, and I think it’s because of a few of the candidates. I was surprised to see so much action during commercial breaks, and I think it’s because there were so many candidates on stage. Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich have been fighting since the primaries, with Gingrich’s super PAC attacking Santorum over his former positions on faith and marriage. Ron Paul was also in the thick of it, attacking Romney for being “a big bank president”, and Romney attacking Paul for being too extreme. It was more of a Keystone Kops-type fight, and it got really boring really fast. It was the only debate that I tuned in to in the middle of, and when the time came for candidates to speak, I was shocked by how flustered and panicked the moderator was. Candidates were randomly called on, and all of them started in at once. Everyone spoke over everyone, and it was like watching a reality show audition where a bunch of nervous contestants are trying to out-bitch-bitch each other.
Anyway, as the debate went on, Ron Paul was as cool and calm as ever. When the others were getting into it, Ron Paul would pause his talking and wave his arms around, making the others look like a couple of chickens in a fight. And that was cool. Ron Paul would sit there and joke around with the moderator, making the other candidates feel silly. And Ron Paul did what a lot of people wish Romney would do, and what he really needs to do if he wants to get the Republican nomination. He talked about what he would do as president, and he has some ideas that are good. He said he would get rid of government programs that haven’t been working, and cut the ones that are. He said he would fix the VA. He said he would allow the states to decide if people who want to marry should be married, and if that should be the government’s place to make that decision. He said he would cut the budget of the federal government in half.
And he said he would give a 10% tax cut to every American. No deductions. It would be income
What’s New In AutoCAD?
Pre-existing shape information:
Access information about 3D objects in your AutoCAD drawings before you create them. Use the new shape snap & extend options to snap to 3D objects (e.g., furniture), or extend an existing 2D outline to create a 3D shape. (video: 1:43 min.)
Shapes on a 3D layer:
Extend lines, arcs, and circles to create 2D shapes that are attached to a 3D object. These shapes are automatically plotted in your drawing, so you don’t need to draw them. (video: 3:21 min.)
Create text styles that apply to just one or multiple objects on a drawing. You can use predefined styles or create your own text styles to control font, font size, color, and other parameters. (video: 1:44 min.)
Shapes on a 2D layer:
Draw straight lines and arcs, without the need for a 3D shape. These straight lines are automatically plotted in your drawing, so you don’t need to draw them. (video: 3:15 min.)
Lines on a 2D layer:
Easily add hatch lines and color lines that you define. Lines are automatically placed and plotted on a 2D layer. (video: 3:04 min.)
Draw 2D dimensions from any existing 3D model. Add dimension styles to 2D dimensions, including text styles, hatch styles, color styles, and angle styles. You can even draw 2D lines with variable lengths and thicknesses. (video: 1:51 min.)
Apply text styles to drawings that automatically apply all the text style options in a given style. (video: 1:25 min.)
Pre-existing line styles:
Use existing line styles in your drawings. Line styles already applied to objects in your drawing are automatically updated when you edit text style attributes. (video: 2:02 min.)
Apply hatch styles to lines in your drawings. When you add hatch style options to a line, the hatch pattern automatically applies to the line. (video: 1:28 min.)
Use paint bucket fills to control the color of lines, hatch lines, and text styles. You can also create your
Supported Compatible Screen Resolutions:
Minimum Video Driver Version:
– Vulkan (v1_0)
– OpenGL (v1_0)
– OpenGL (v3_0)
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