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Join date: Jun 2, 2022


Design and Review:Import your designs into AutoCAD and work with them with all of the design features you know and love. Review designs, change materials, and see the visual changes right on your drawing. (video: 1:30 min.)Simulation and Spline Curve:Simulate your 2D and 3D designs on the go. AutoCAD 2D Spline Curve lets you animate complex curves that you create in the Spline tool. Then you can synchronize the same curve in your drawing with the simulation and see how it will look in real time. AutoCAD 3D Spline Curve lets you simulate 3D curves, add spline data, and create 2D animation for spline curves. (video: 1:27 min.)Sketch and import:Easily draw and convert your drawings from other software, like Inkscape or Illustrator, to AutoCAD. Sketch and import 1:1 and 2:1 sketches and add them to your drawings. (video: 1:32 min.)Form and Region:3D shapes are all around you. The Form and Region tools help you create them. Use the new 3D Extrude command to create a new surface in 3D. The new 3D Extrude feature in AutoCAD lets you create and edit forms. Or create 3D regions. Use the new Outline command to quickly trace and edit closed shapes. (video: 1:17 min.)Rendering and animations:Render and animate your design quickly and easily. Create and manipulate 3D and 2D objects, surfaces, and text using the Rendering and Animation tools. (video: 1:16 min.)AutoCAD and OneNote integration:See your AutoCAD drawings and notes in OneNote. View your AutoCAD drawings as a spreadsheet, or as a slide presentation. Automatically sync AutoCAD drawings and notes between AutoCAD and OneNote. (video: 1:20 min.)Printing:Print, email, or share your drawings to make them available to all. Go directly to Print, and share your drawings through email and print through online apps. Export or print to PDF for design review or to send via email. Send your drawings to the cloud through Autodesk 360. (video: 1:35 min.)iOS and 2be273e24d


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