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How to Draft like an Expert Using the Offset Tool

10:08 am  .   July 8, 2014  .   admin

The ability to use the offset tool makes drafting details effortless. The offset tool creates parallel copies of lines and objects any distance away from the originals. No more hassle creating similar details and patterns.   Offset your objects with three simple finger taps: 1)…

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AutoCAD 360 vs Autodesk 360: What’s the Difference?

3:30 am  .   April 28, 2014  .   admin

You’ve heard us extoll the virtues of AutoCAD 360 in this space for a while now. Today we want to introduce you to another great cloud-based tool for your collaboration toolbox, and one that can complement AutoCAD 360 in your workflow. Dear reader, meet Autodesk…

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How to Explain “the Cloud” to Coworkers or the Man on the Street

3:30 am  .   April 21, 2014  .   admin

We know that all of you AutoCAD 360  users are well versed in cloud computing. But would you know how to explain the cloud to the guy on the street if you had to? What if you need to convince a potential partner or client…

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How to Get from Paper to CAD in 2 Minutes with Vectorize It

3:30 am  .   April 14, 2014  .   admin

A couple of posts ago, we introduced a new, free Autodesk app for the iPad called Vectorize It, which can help you turn any drawing, floorplan, or pixelated image like a photo into a vector, or line-based, drawing that you can then open and edit…

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How to Go Pro: 5 Reasons Why AutoCAD 360 In-App Purchasing Rocks

3:30 am  .   April 7, 2014  .   admin

You know the drill—you’ve downloaded the free version of a hot app and now you want to go upgrade to the pro version. You have to download (and pay for) the pro version separately. Not so with AutoCAD 360—today we’ll explain how you can upgrade…

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6 of the Internet’s Funniest CAD Memes

3:30 am  .   April 4, 2014  .   admin

Guest blogger and CAD expert Shaun Bryant offers up today’s post on the Internet’s funniest CAD memes (yep, they exist). Enjoy! So, what exactly is a “meme”? According to Wikipedia, it’s this: A meme (/ˈmiːm/ meem) is “an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person…