This infographic shows the steps you need to take to master AutoCAD. Because it’s not the skill you can have overnight. It is a professional tool for professionals!
AutoCAD Command Line is the most important feature in AutoCAD. Veteran users can use two hands (one on the keyboard and the other using mouse) and draw very quickly. It is faster than relying on the GUI only.
The new users probably using GUI more than older users like me. They prefer the Ribbon and use the Command Line less.
In this post, you can see 6 things AutoCAD Command Line can do to make your life easier. You don’t have to use them all, but at least you know it can be done. If you think it’s good, use it. But if you don’t like it, leave it.
Revit model usually is not as complicated as an AutoCAD drawing. You can select objects easier before you modify it. However, in a complex model, you need a method to select multiple objects faster. You want to select them based on specific properties. For example, you want to select all walls with a specific type. Or you want to select all walls with a specific function.
We cover different methods in this article that you can use.
These simple hacks can make your Revit views artistic and compelling. Without having to spend hours to render the views!
Here are the reasons why you should use AutoCAD blocks. If you haven’t used it, this perhaps can encourage you.
This infographics shows 10 essential AutoCAD features that you should try to improve your productivity.
This compilation list 27 tutorials, tips and trick that CADnotes published in the last 8 years. A great place to start if you want to learn advanced features or learn new cool tricks! And it’s free!
To celebrate CADnotes 8th anniversary, we provide this e-book for all readers. It is free. It covers how Annotation Scaling works and how to use it. We hope you will like it!