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AutoCAD has come out with a number of new features and benefits that are supposed to make it a lot more appealing to people all around. It includes multiple toolsets that are specific to various industries where Autodesk AutoCAD is used. This also means that you get better workflows with the new version of this software on a wide range of devices such as desktops and mobile devices that enjoy web connectivity. There are also some new features such as DWG Compare.
The additional new features of AutoCAD can be divided into a number of major heads that may be enumerated as below:
- user interaction
- 2D drafting, drawing, and annotation
- 3D (three dimensional) modelling and visualization
- installation and customization
Under user interaction you have the following features:
- Tool palettes
- Command and window
- Object grips
- Shortcut menus
- Object and layer transparency
- Object selection and isolation
Ribbon: With this feature of the AutoCAD design software you are able to get access to your preferred tools as and when you may require them.
Tool palettes: Tool palettes let you access tools and content that you access on a frequent basis. These tool palettes happen to be customizable as well.
Command and window: With the command and window feature you would be able to respond to prompts and launch commands.
Object grips: By using the object grip feature you would be able to reshape, manipulate, and move geometry. This is basically a grip based editing feature.
Workspaces: This particular feature of the AutoCAD CAD software allows you to restore and save workspaces. For this, you can use tools such as customized menus, palettes, toolbars, and ribbons.
Shortcut menus: By displaying the shortcut menus you would be able to get access to commands in a much shorter span of time. These commands are basically ones that are useful for the work that you may be doing on AutoCAD at a certain point in time.
Object and layer transparency: With this feature, you would be able to control the level of transparency for objects that you have chosen or for every object at a certain layer.
Object selection and isolation: This particular feature lets you find and then select each and every object, which matches the properties of an object that may be necessary to you in the context of the work you are doing right now on AutoCAD. This feature also lets you hide and unhide them.
Under 2D drafting, drawing, and annotation you have the following features:
- Text settings
- Centerlines and center marks
- Revision clouds
- Data Linking
- Data extraction
- Dynamic blocks
- Parametric constraints
- Express tools
Text settings: With text settings, you can create multiline texts, known as mtext, or single texts in the shape of a single text object. This feature also allows you to format the texts, boundaries, and columns.
Dimensions: With this particular feature you would be able to create dimensions and that too in an automatic manner. Here all you need to do is pass a cursor over certain selected objects so that you can get a preview of the same before you actually go ahead and create it.
Leaders: This particular feature allows you to create leaders that have a variety of content such as blocks and texts. This way, you can define styles and format leader lines with a great deal of ease.
Centerlines and center mark: With the centerlines and center marks feature you would be able to create them and edit them as well. The best part of this is that they would move automatically when you move the objects that are associated with them.
Tables: The tables feature allows you to create tables that contain symbols and data. You can arrange them in columns and rows. You can also apply formulas over here and establish a link to an MS (Microsoft) Excel spreadsheet.
Revision clouds: With this feature, you can draw revision clouds around the fresh changes that you have made in a drawing. This helps you identify your updates within a short period as well.
Views: This feature allows you to save views with respect to name. This way you can return to them easily to get a certain view that helps you get a reference within a short span of time. You can also apply them for the purpose of applying to the layout viewports.
Layouts: With this feature you would be able to specify the size of the drawing sheet that you are going to use for your present work. You can also add a title block and shows various views of your model at the same time thanks to this particular price feature.
Fields: Here you can use fields in text objects to show text, which you would be able to update automatically with each and every change in your field value.
Data linking: The data linking feature enables you to make simultaneous updates. You can do so by creating a live link within a table that you may be drawing and an MS Excel spreadsheet.
Data extraction: With the help of the data extraction feature you can get information from objects, attributes, and blocks, and this includes drawing information as well.
Dynamic blocks: The dynamic blocks let you add intelligence and flexibility to your block references. This includes changing the likes of shape, configuration, and size.
Arrays: By using arrays you would be able to modify and create objects in rectangular or circular patterns. You would also be able to do so along a path.
Parametric constraints: With this particular feature you would be able to apply dimensional and geometric constraints. This would also help you maintain the relationships between the various geometric drawings that you may do on your AutoCAD.
Express tools: These are basically a collection of productivity related tools that help you make the software itself a lot more powerful.
You get the following features under 3D (three dimensional) modelling and visualization:
- Solid, surface, and mesh modelling
- 3D navigation (orbit, ViewCube, wheel)
- Visual styles
- Section Planes
- Point clouds
- Model documentation
- Print Studio
Solid, surface, and mesh modelling: With this feature, you would be able to create 3D models that are realistic representations of the designs that you have created. In this case, you would want to combine solid, mesh, and surface modelling tools.
3D navigation (orbit, ViewCube, wheel): You can use 3D viewing and navigation tools to orbit, walk, swivel, and fly around a 3D model. This can be extremely helpful in showcasing your design.
Visual styles: With visual style, you can apply various such styles in order to control the display of the edges, shading, and lighting of the 3D model that you have created.
Section planes: You can always use section planes in order to show cross-sectional views by way of solids, meshes, surfaces, and regions.
Rendering: Rendering allows you to apply materials and lighting to provide your 3D models with an appearance that is realistic. It also helps communicate your designs in a much better way.
Point clouds: With this feature, you would be able to attach point cloud files that have been acquired by 3D laser scanners as well as other technologies. You can easily use this as a starting point for your designs.
Model documentation: The model documentation feature allows you to generate 2D drawings from 3D models. This includes the likes of the base, section, projected, and detail views.
Print Studio: You get all the tools that you need to prepare models for 3D materials and printers that are supported by your system from this particular feature over here.
You get the following features under collaboration:
- PDF files
- DGN (design) files
- DWG references
- Image references
- Sheet sets
- Model references and import
- Geographic location and online maps
PDF files: With the help of this feature you can reuse and share data from PDF files. You can do so by importing, attaching, or exporting them in the shape of underlays.
DGN (design) files: With this particular feature you would be able to reuse and share data from various DGN files. You can do so by importing, attaching, or exporting them as underlays.
DWG references: This particular feature allows you to attach DWG files to your present drawing as files that are externally referenced.
Image references: With image references, you can attach image files to your present drawing much in the same way as you are able to do with DWG references.
Sheet sets: This feature lets you view, manage, access, and plot many drawings at the same time in the shape of sheet sets.
Model references and import: With this particular feature you can attach Navisworks models to your drawings as underlays. You can also import models from other applications by using this particular feature as well.
Geographic location and online maps: The geographic location and online maps feature let you insert geographic location information in your drawing. You can also use it to display a map in your drawing, and for that, you can get help from a web-based map service as well.
The following features are available under installation and customization:
- TrustedDWG technology
- CUI (character user interface) customization
- Secure load
- Action Recorder
- Multi-user (network) license sharing
- System variable monitor
- CAD standards checker
- API (Application Programming Interface)
- Autodesk App Store
- Autodesk desktop app