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Drawing at an Angle in AutoCAD? Rotate the UCS! (Lynn Allen/Cadalyst Magazine) Video
Drawing at an Angle in AutoCAD? Rotate the UCS!   24 Jan, 2016

If you’ve ever worked on an AutoCAD drawing that was rotated — and you had to figure out all the angles and reference points — then you’ll love this tip. Join Lynn Allen as she shows you how to save time (and your neck!) by rotating the User Coordinate System (UCS).More>>

New Display Developments Hold Potential for CAD Applications Article
New Display Developments Hold Potential for CAD Applications   21 Jan, 2016

Herrera on Hardware: Curved, 4K, HDR, and other technologies all promise better viewing experiences for professional users — but which will go mainstream, and which will fade away?More>>

Add Your Own Panel to the AutoCAD Ribbon Video
Add Your Own Panel to the AutoCAD Ribbon   11 Jan, 2016

Creating your own panel filled with your favorite AutoCAD commands is easy. Join Lynn Allen as she shows you how to make your own custom panel for the AutoCAD ribbon, complete with your most frequently used commands. Then be prepared to race through AutoCAD at maximum speed!More>>

The Last AutoCAD Command Article
The Last AutoCAD Command   10 Jan, 2016

Learning Curve: On the occasion of his final column, Bill Fane reminisces about the first.More>>

Configuration Considerations for Modern Mobile Workstations Article
Configuration Considerations for Modern Mobile Workstations   7 Jan, 2016

A mobile machine provides benefits that desktop models can’t offer — but only if it’s configured correctly.More>>

Choose the Best Keyboard for CAD Article
Choose the Best Keyboard for CAD   7 Jan, 2016

The right design and features can boost comfort and productivity for heavy computer users. More>>

Newly Divided HP Unveils New Mobile Workstations and Thin-Client Platforms Article
Newly Divided HP Unveils New Mobile Workstations and Thin-Client Platforms   31 Dec, 2015

Just days after Hewlett-Packard split into two different companies, executives showed off new and enhanced offerings with appeal for CAD users, including a 2-TB solid-state drive for its desktop workstations.More>>

Input Technologies for CAD: What’s the Best Mouse for Your Workflow? Part 2 Article
Input Technologies for CAD: What’s the Best Mouse for Your Workflow? Part 2   30 Dec, 2015

Herrera on Hardware: In addition to the standard and more elaborate models for general use, the market offers CAD users mice designed just for them — and the future holds new possibilities in gesture-recognition technologies. More>>

Use Wire Sequencing to Your Advantage in AutoCAD Electrical and Inventor Article
Use Wire Sequencing to Your Advantage in AutoCAD Electrical and Inventor   27 Dec, 2015

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Learn about how wire sequencing in AutoCAD Electrical works with multiple components or pins in a circuit, and how to use it for the Inventor Cable & Harness environment. More>>

Input Technologies for CAD: What’s the Best Mouse for Your Workflow? Part 1 Article
Input Technologies for CAD: What's the Best Mouse for Your Workflow? Part 1   23 Dec, 2015

Herrera on Hardware: Although the wired, optical mouse is ubiquitous, there are many other options on the market today, including devices that promise improved comfort and efficiency.More>>



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