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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…


Meet Vectorize It—Our New, Free Convert-to-Vector iPad App

3:30 am  .   March 31, 2014  .   admin

Today we’d like to introduce you to a new, free iPad app from Autodesk that we’re really excited about—it’s called Vectorize It, and it can turn your iPad into a DWG-creating machine. Vectorize It converts pixel-based images into vector drawings, which means you can turn…


Free vs Pro: Which AutoCAD 360 is right for you?

3:30 am  .   March 25, 2014  .   admin

If you’ve been following this blog for a while now, you know there’s a ton that you can do with the free AutoCAD 360—you can open, view, markup, edit, and share CAD drawings, you can collaborate in real time on site and from the office,…

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Using AutoCAD 360 on a Smartphone or Tablet: the Pros & Cons of Both

3:30 am  .   March 17, 2014  .   admin

So you’ve come to your senses and realized how advantageous it can be to use AutoCAD 360 to view, markup, and share drawings at the office and in the field. Excellent! But now you’re not sure if it makes more sense to use it on your smartphone…