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Do you always upgrade your CAD applications every time it has a new release? If you do, what’s your reason? And are you happy with it?
I never really care about hardware specification before. When I first install Revit Architecture 2011, I see warning message that some features may not be supported by my graphic card. I simply ignore it. I have seen it on AutoCAD but nothing bad happened. If it works, why should I worry? But then I started […]
This month, I’ve seen several posts about DraftSight, a free CAD software that support DWG files. I’ve tried it in few minutes, and it’s actually quite nice. For a freeware, it is a good software. For home and students, we can use it as alternative for AutoCAD. It looks like it, and feels like it. […]
Read and discuss several possibilities to secure your AutoCAD drawings data. From password protected files to online sharing.
Are you command line junkie? Or you use toolbar or ribbon? Which one that you can’t live without?
These days we can see many web based applications available. Some of them are free (with or without limitation) and some are premium paid services. I saw that Autodesk now also has several web based applications. I have to admit that I’m impressed what we can do with web based applications today. I tried Homestyler, […]
Do you want to pass Autodesk certification test? This is some tips to pass the test.