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Autodesk Releases AutoCAD 2022 Article
Autodesk Releases AutoCAD 2022   30 Mar, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

New version of venerable CAD program brings a focus on “connected design experience.”

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#464)   24 Mar, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

Where do you think your design data belongs? In the vendor's cloud? Your own network? Find out why you should keep control of your data.

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CAD Tech News (#145)   18 Mar, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

Herrera on Hardware: Graphic Drivers—Purpose-Shaped for CAD Use

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CAD Tech News (#144)   18 Feb, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

What NVIDIA's Ampere GPU means for CAD users; an easier way to tackle lot grading in Civil 3D.

How to Simplify Lot Grading in Civil 3D Article
How to Simplify Lot Grading in Civil 3D   15 Feb, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

The Feature Lines tool — which is standard in Autodesk’s civil infrastructure design software — is all you need to create remarkably detailed grading designs.

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CAD Tech News (#143)   4 Feb, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

A comparison of self-led and instructor-led CAD training; Arup increases project efficiency on a bridge design by using 3D modeling.

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CAD Tech News (#142)    21 Jan, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

Alex Herrera contrasts the Ryzen 5000 and Zen 3, and provides clarity about CPU clock rates.

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CAD Tech News (#141)   8 Jan, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

Graebert credits competitor's licensing policies for new customers who are seeking an alternative.

Graebert Seeks to Smooth the Workflow Between 2D CAD and BIM Article
Graebert Seeks to Smooth the Workflow Between 2D CAD and BIM   7 Jan, 2021
By: Cadalyst Staff

Graebert neXt 2020, Part 2: ARES Commander, which received a raft of BIM-friendly features in version 2020, will include still more in version 2022.

After More than Two Decades, Experienced Engineer Switches to DraftSight Article
After More than Two Decades, Experienced Engineer Switches to DraftSight   31 Dec, 2020
By: Cadalyst Staff

A long and varied career gives one CAD user perspective about what makes an application appealing.