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Key features

Multiple screens that can be “tiled” together (hierarchical)

Some of the most common operations of a CAD software include:

Creating objects

Changing object properties

Sharing objects

Storing and viewing drawings

Exploring technical drawings

Objects are basic building blocks of a drawing. They can be:

Planes, lines, circles, angles, text, dimensions, images, annotations, etc.

An object can be grouped with other objects (nested) to form a “layer”.

A layer can have a name (or title), and can be drawn on the same or another layer.

One layer can be viewed on top of another (“z-order”).

Objects are often placed on a layer, grouped, and styled (i.e. color-coded).

Objects can have attributes, which are properties associated with a particular object (e.g. object type, color, text, dimensions).

Objects are not limited to 2D. Some CAD software packages offer 2D and 3D modelling capabilities.

Other features

Compatibility with various CAD packages

Some of the latest features include:

The ability to “paint” paths with complex shapes, providing a smooth transition between strokes

Snap objects (or parts of objects) to other objects to make joining and creating “lock”

The ability to insert symbols, text boxes, annotations, and others

The ability to insert text boxes, annotations, and other objects to create text and labels

Objects can be stacked one on top of another to create “hierarchical” drawings. This can be done on the same or different layer.

A drawing can be viewed from various angles (e.g. rotated 90°, 180°, 270°, etc.)

The ability to do “virtual” measuring using distances and angles.

The ability to create dimensions (e.g. inch, millimeter, centimeters) in addition to traditional “manual” or “camera” dimensions.

The ability to create a viewpoint that displays a different area of the drawing depending on where the viewpoint is placed. This is called “perspective”.

The ability to create “measuring points” and �

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The most powerful method of extending AutoCAD functionality is through the use of plugins or extensions for AutoCAD. A number of plugins exist for creating GIS layers and editing drawing information. Some examples include:

Introduction to the C++ Extension

The extension of the application was made available to facilitate the development and maintenance of plugins and enhancement of existing functionality. It is not necessary to be an expert in programming in order to write plugins for AutoCAD.

Plugin developers have an opportunity to explore the API and construct their own plugins using tools such as the Autodesk Extension Builder. Most plugins are written in the C++ language, but a few are also available in VBA.

In terms of functionality, AutoCAD extensions provide functionality that does not exist in the AutoCAD application. Such functionality includes, but is not limited to:
Creating, editing, and saving GIS layers in the DXF file format
Customizing and controlling the user interface
Implementing layers
Creating reports
Installing and running plugins

The main purpose of a plugin is to do something that could not be done within the main application. Some plugins can be programmed to add functionality that would not otherwise be possible, or that is desirable to do. AutoCAD extensions are available through a website called Extension Central, which also has a Wiki.


The AutoCAD software, by default, comes with extensions that are designed to extend AutoCAD’s functionality. Extensions can be classified into two main categories:
1. Public extensions
2. Enterprise extensions

The Public extensions are extensions that the user can buy separately and install on their computer. The Enterprise extensions are extensions that are not normally distributed to the public. Enterprise extensions are needed in order to make modifications to the application’s internals.

The extensions allow a user to modify AutoCAD features through a graphical user interface, without being forced to use AutoLISP. Extension authors often create GUIs for their plugins, so that they can be integrated into the AutoCAD application more easily. The user can start an extension from within the application itself, or through AutoCAD Explorer.

Two well-known and popular extensions are the AutoCAD Extension Builder (AECB) and the Autodesk Exchange App Builder (AEAB).

Advantages and disadvantages of extension development

Extension development has several advantages, including extending functionality, customization of the user interface, portability

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Go to Autocad > Modeling workspace > Edit > Import > Model from Autocad

Now place the reference image in Autocad.

In Autocad model, select Z axis and click Scale.

Enter your desired width and height of the final product and scale the model to match the measurement.

Now in the next window, choose the type of the new cylinder.

Now in the next window, decide the radius of the cylinder.

You can also change the stroke length of the cylinder.

Choose the color of the cylinder.

Click OK to close the window.

Now select the newly created cylinder and make it invisible.

Now you can export the model to Autodesk AutoCAD.

Select Export > Save as DWG.

Enter a name for the file and click Save.

The file is saved in Autocad as a DWG.

Click Open from the Export menu.

Click Import > from AutoCAD DWG.

Select Import the AutoCAD file to Autocad.

Enter the name of the file and click OK.

The object is now in Autocad.

Drag the object to Autocad.

Now you can change the color of the cylinder.

Select the entire cylinder and click on Multiply (Ctrl + E > M) to multiply the color.

Select the cylinder and click the back to un-multiply the color.

Now make the cylinder visible.

Use the same methods to convert the image into an FBX file.

Now in Autocad, select the geometry of the cylinder and use the XYZ of the original cylinder’s file to scale the model and change the size.

Select the cylinder and click on Scale (Ctrl + E > S).

Enter a desired width and height in meters and press Enter.

This will scale the model to match the measurement of the original cylinder.

Change the

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Drawing files can now be added directly from the drawing view (all object types), from your local folder, or a network location. If you’re adding a drawing from a local folder or network location, you can navigate directly to the drawing or navigate to the folder to search for the drawing file.

Markup Import:

Import a new design or captured mark from print, email, or other sources. (video: 1:16 min.)

Importing existing designs from existing files will no longer delete the original file.

Markup Assist:

Create and organize drawing project folders. You can create drawing project folders from within the Markup Assist user interface, and you can organize them by project type.

Project Folder, Draw, or Entity Folders:

You can create a folder of project folders. The folder can contain drawing files, linked files, or another type of folder that you create.

Drawing Preview:

Get a preview of how a design or project will look on screen before you begin working on it. (video: 3:31 min.)

Creation of New Pages and New Shapes:

The new commands enable the creation of pages and shapes with properties that are not available through the Page and Shape menus.


You can create a new page with a property that does not appear in the Page menu.

Page Properties:

When you create a page, you can assign a title, assign a page color, and the page can be a master page. You can also set page properties to be hidden or included when the page is printed.


You can create a new shape with properties that are not available from the Shape menu.

Shape Properties:

You can create a shape with a single face, or with multiple faces, and you can set custom properties for the faces of the shape.

New Axes:

You can create new axes without having to select the original axes to delete or move.


You can select an existing axis to edit the properties of its label, or create a new axis.


You can select a line segment to edit its properties.

Label Properties:

You can create a label with or without a label object.

Label Display Style:

You can

System Requirements For AutoCAD:

OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Processor: Pentium
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Disk: 3 GB available space
DirectX: 9.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Processor: 2.66 GHz Pentium
Memory: 4 GB RAM