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What’s New in Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2016


By Synergis Engineering Design Solutions Autodesk® Infrastructure Design Suite is a comprehensive software solution that provides a BIM for Infrastructure workflow to help you gain more accurate, accessible, and actionable insight throughout the lifecycle of your transportation, land, utility, and water projects. In the 2016 release, Infrastructure Design Suite sees many new updates.  Check out some of the updates here. ... Read More »

Boost your Autodesk Network Licensing IQ


By PACIFICAD This is a webinar to give you an overview on how to setup an Autodesk Network Licensing Manager from start to finish. It’s great for the CAD users that only address license server setup once a year and for the IT pros, we will show and highlight some tips and tricks as well.  Featured image courtesy of Rob ... Read More »

Celebrating 10 Years of Acronym – Cadalyst Expert Interview with our Editor

Celebrating 10 Years of Acronym (1)

10 years ago we had the genesis of an idea – to start a publication that catered exclusively to an under-served sector – government CAD users. Filled with tips, ideas, insights and examples of CAD and digital design at work in government, Acronym Magazine was first published in 2005. Now 10 years later, we’ve gone completely digital and are still the ... Read More »

What’s New in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016?


By Synergis Engineering Design Solutions AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software is a civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows. Using AutoCAD Civil 3D, infrastructure professionals can better understand project performance, maintain more consistent data and processes, and respond faster to change. With a focus on optimizing transportation design workflows, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016 offers improved ... Read More »

8 AutoCAD Import and Export Tips Using Various File Formats


By Jeff Yoders, Line//Shape//Space You can import most popular CAD file formats into AutoCAD, including Autodesk Inventor, CATIA, IGES, Rhino, and SolidWorks, and export most AutoCAD drawings just as easily. With complex geometry, not every process is the same, and there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all import with CAD. Follow these eight easy AutoCAD tips to get your original 3D ... Read More »

Surface Users – Get Free AutoCAD Field Mark-Up & Review Tools


Are you a Microsoft Surface user? Check out how AutoCAD 360 is transforming the design and engineering processes for designers and engineers in the field – for free! Watch as AutoCAD 360′s Jonathan Seroussi meets with Baldwin Ng from Microsoft to discuss how AutoCAD 360 for Windows helps save you time and money on site visits and during the drawing mark-up and ... Read More »

How Does AutoCAD 2016 Compare to AutoCAD 2015 and Previous Versions?

AutoCAD 2016

Autodesk’s product launch is expected in mid-April; however AutoCAD 2016 is already here! You can check out what’s new in AutoCAD 2016 here. Highlights include a more comprehensive canvas, richer design context, and intelligent tools such as Smart Dimensioning, Coordination Model, and Enhanced PDFs. But how does the latest release actually compare to previous versions? Whether you’re an AutoCAD 2013, ... Read More »

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