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Rigorous GPU Update Regimen Enables VFX Wizards to Produce Eye-Popping Visuals from CAD Files Article
Rigorous GPU Update Regimen Enables VFX Wizards to Produce Eye-Popping Visuals from CAD Files   28 Apr, 2016

At the W.I.P visual effects collective, graphics are always a work in progress, and continual updates are necessary to ensure the best performance possible.More>>

Autodesk AEC Updates Focus on Saving Time, Promoting Communication Article
Autodesk AEC Updates Focus on Saving Time, Clarifying Communication   22 Apr, 2016

The latest refinements to Revit, Civil 3D, and InfraWorks 360 aim to help users model more efficiently and share their design intent more effectively.More>>

The Future of CAD Graphics Article
The Future of CAD Graphics   31 Mar, 2016

Viewpoint: The industry veterans heading Jon Peddie Research weigh in on the relationship between CAD software and graphics hardware, integrated and discrete options, and the role of the cloud.More>>

Autodesk Releases AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2017 Article
Autodesk Releases AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2017   22 Mar, 2016

New release includes PDF import tools and bundles AutoCAD 360 Pro mobile app with AutoCAD.More>>

Will AMD Challenge Intel's Dominance in CAD Workstation CPUs? Article
Will AMD Challenge Intel's Dominance in CAD Workstation CPUs?   17 Mar, 2016

Herrera on Hardware: In the CAD workstation market, Intel is the undisputed processor provider — but an opportunity may be opening for AMD to re-enter the arena.More>>

AutoCAD Tips!

Lynn Allen

Autodesk Technical Evangelist Lynn Allen guides you through a different AutoCAD feature in every edition of her popular "Circles and Lines" tutorial series. For even more AutoCAD how-to, check out Lynn's quick tips in the Cadalyst Video Gallery. Subscribe to Cadalyst's free Tips & Tools Weekly e-newsletter and we'll notify you every time a new video tip is published. All exclusively from Cadalyst!
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