I was looking for a mouse to use for CAD drawing and general use on my computer. I didn’t want to spend much money on a Blue-tooth so I decided to go corded. The M500 caught my eye and I decided to buy one. Continue reading
Some years now, Autodesk combines the classic AutoCAD edition with the release of one cut edition, the AutoCAD LT.
Someone would expect that the difference would only be one dimension and LT would only be an AutoCAD with 2D features. But, this would be a great story if it was true… Continue reading
Some time now I am on a new project. It is called “Greek CAD Users” and its a forum community with everything that has to do with CAD software, for Greeks. If you are Greek and enjoy working on CAD programs, or you want to ask something, do not hesitate and sign up now!
There is often the need to import and export points in AutoCAD. Despite the fact that Civil 3D has an integrated tool for this kind of work, AutoCAD doesn’t. But, don’t be disappointed or try doing this thing manually. There are some ways to import and export points from AutoCAD too, even if we have to use some DIY stuff. Continue reading
Recently, I updated my AutoCAD from 2014 edition to 2017. Although there were other great versions in between 2014 and 2017 I decided to skip them for many reasons. But, with 2017 I was amazed.
It’s not that I use the most of AutoCAD. I don’t know yet how it performs in rendering (I think that Autodesk changed the rendering machine in a previous version) and it is something that I will find out. It is that the new version is polished and it comes with some upgrades that every drafter would appreciate. Continue reading
Let’s say that you are in a polyline command and you just pressed on a wrong point. Don’t panic. There’s an easy solution that it doesn’t require to stop the polyline command and lets you undo. Continue reading
This apply to objects that we want to split (and break on the split points) so at the end we get different objects. (NOTE: This does NOT apply to circle breaking due to the fact that you’ll get an error that says: Cannot create 360 degree arc)
By typing the command BR (Break) and first pressing somewhere on the object and then pressing somewhere for a second time the section between the first press (where you selected the object) and the second one, will be deleted. This is a better command for this and it is called TRIM.
What you want to do here is this: Continue reading
Some times there is a need to rotate things in our drawing so they would be aligned with something else (for example an arrow aligned with some lines so it will indicate some kind of direction). Continue reading
This is a simple one made with AutoCAD and rendered with Artlantis. I tried to render more scenes with night lights but my PC power is not that great. So I am showing only some pictures from the outside of the building.