Archives for AutoCAD
Grabert continues assault on Autodesk’s market leading AutoCAD with 2014 Edition of ARES Commander. The latest release gives Mac AutoCAD users in particular features still missing in the latest versions of AutoCAD for OS X
AutoCAD 360 Mobile gets better with version 2.1 update
Architosh reviews IMSI / Design’s latest TurboCAD Mac Pro now at version 7. The venerable TurboCAD product line is a key rival in the overall CAD market to noted heavy-weight Autodesk and is particularly strong on the Windows side. But since 2006 the company returned to the Mac platform to address an expanding overall CAD market. This latest version is powered by the same underlying technology in SolidWorks and contains photographic realistic rendering options. In this review we take a look at what is new.
Autodesk advances AutoCAD WS, changes name to AutoCAD 360 and offers multiple app plans plus web beta for AutoCAD as SaaS
Nemetschek Vectorworks takes aim at AutoCAD uses with free webinar that shows workflow advantages
First cross-platform PDF converter tool supports PDF to AutoCAD conversion on Mac OS X
This is the first article in our 2011 State of Apple in CAD/3D Industries, special series. Carl Bass, CEO of Autodesk, talks to Architosh about his company, its understanding of the growing Mac market and the role of iOS devices like iPads in fields like architecture and engineering and how Autodesk will respond to changes in the market.
IMSI hits it big with super quick 2D/3D DWG File Viewer for iPad
Buzzsaw is one of Autodesk’s latest applications to move up on the iOS food chain and respond to market demand for iPad use. iPhone and iPad users can collaborate with peers and access critical project information using their smartphone or tablet
Dassault DraftSight running on iPad at SolidWorks World 2011, says Grabowski…
Autodesk AutoCAD for Mac now available in Australia and New Zealand
In this exclusive feature report Autodesk talks to Architosh about their fateful return of AutoCAD to the Apple Mac platform after nearly two decades absence.
Grabowski is writing more and more about the Mac these days. But what does it mean? Is CAD on the Mac coming back stronger than ever or is it just a passing fad?
Autodesk officially announces AutoCAD for Mac – product is now available.