Cadalyst Video Picks (Vol. 3, No. 17)

24 Sep, 2018 By: Cadalyst Staff

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Customize Your AutoCAD Cursor

Customize Your AutoCAD Cursor
We work with the AutoCAD cursor all day long … so why aren't we customizing it to work the way we want to work? Join AutoCAD tipster Lynn Allen as she shows you how to modify the two parts of the AutoCAD cursor for maximum productivity! Watch the video

From the CAD Community

Is VR the Future for Architects/Engineers?

Is VR the Future for Architects/Engineers?
Jacqueline Rohrmann, host of the YouTube channel That BIM Girl, takes viewers on a tour of the Autodesk VR Center in Munich, Germany. Watch the video

£2500 3D CAD Workstation Advice | Q3 2018

£2500 3D CAD Workstation Advice | Q3 2018
Neil Cross of TFI CAD Tips recommends specifications for a system can be used with Inventor, SOLIDWORKS, or any other mainstream 3D CAD software. Watch the video

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Lynn Allen

In her easy-to-follow, friendly style, long-time Cadalyst contributing editor Lynn Allen guides you through a new feature or time-saving trick in every episode of her popular AutoCAD Video Tips. Subscribe to the free Cadalyst Video Picks newsletter, and we'll notify you every time a new video tip is published. All exclusively from Cadalyst!

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