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Program AutoCAD-Based Products Using AutoLISP Article
Program AutoCAD-Based Products Using AutoLISP    19 Mar, 2015

Customize AutoCAD Electrical and other software products that lack a .NET API.More>>

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Autodesk Announces Subscription-Only Access for Standalone Desktop Software    4 Feb, 2015

Beginning in February 2016, customers who own perpetual licenses without a Maintenance Subscription will have to move to a subscription plan the next time they upgrade.More>>

Get Organized with Total Folder Monitor Article
Get Organized with Total Folder Monitor   28 Jan, 2015

Start the year off right by getting your network folders organized.More>>

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Internet of Things: What It Means for Designers and Their Companies   22 Jan, 2015

The growing network of web-connected products demands a new approach to product development. More>>

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Program AutoCAD-Based Products Without an Object Model    11 Dec, 2014

Use AutoLISP to accomplish unique tasks in Raster Design.More>>

CAD Manager by Robert Green Article
One Vendor's Remedy for Software Management Headaches   8 Oct, 2014

Autodesk's new Application Manager utility promises to help CAD managers more easily maintain CAD software throughout its lifecycle — but what does it do, exactly?More>>

The Promise of Virtualization Article
The Promise of Virtualization: Secure Remote Access to 3D Data    2 Oct, 2014

Technologies such as XenDesktop are designed to centralize 3D apps and data while preserving visual performance.More>>

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Creating Training Videos Just Got Easier   24 Sep, 2014

CAD Manager's Toolbox: Free video converter makes it easy to convert formats and process files.More>>

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Push the Panic Button on CAD System Translations   24 Sep, 2014

If your company intends to use a risky translation-based workflow, examine it carefully — it may be up to you to raise the alarm.More>>

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Should You Move to the IT Department?   27 Aug, 2014

The requirements of modern software tools mean that CAD managers must work closely with IT — but just how closely? More>>