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AutoCAD was created by Ed Fries and Don Syme, who met at the University of Utah. The pair joined Autodesk in 1980, where they worked on the SketchLab prototype. They presented their concept for a 3D graphics system at SIGGRAPH 1981. This concept was based on an early version of what later became the Direct Graphics Architecture (DGA) for the new computer architecture. They were unsuccessful in persuading Autodesk to fund their concept. Despite the rejection, Fries and Syme persevered and formed The AutoCAD Company, of which they were the sole shareholders. The AutoCAD Company filed a patent application for the DGA in 1982, the first version of AutoCAD was released in December 1982. The first AutoCAD was on floppy disk. In 1983, a version of AutoCAD for the Apple II was developed, but was never released. In 1984, AutoCAD won a National Design Award, followed by the National Technical Achievement Award.
In 1985, Autodesk began a multi-year program of upgrading the price of AutoCAD to reflect its relative difficulty, in part because it was the only desktop CAD available for the PC. By late 1985, users could purchase AutoCAD for a much lower price.
By 1987, the company had begun using a new Direct Graphics Architecture (DGA) for AutoCAD, which allowed the program to run on a number of different computers and operating systems (including Windows and OS/2) without recompilation. The DGA was designed with commercial applications in mind. Software that ran on DGA-based computers included AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, Inventor, DWG, and SolidWorks.
The first version of AutoCAD LT was released in 1990. The following year, AutoCAD LT was replaced with AutoCAD Architect. AutoCAD Architect allowed design to be shared between members of a team. It also allowed for analysis and change control. Another major design change was the introduction of a “wireframe” or invisible version of the drawing that was viewable at any angle, allowing engineers and architects to view the same drawing from various perspectives.
In 1992, Windows 3.0 was released, and AutoCAD 2.5 was released for the OS/2. The following year, AutoCAD for the Macintosh was released. The new development tools in AutoCAD (including 2D and 3D param
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R14, now RT-56, is released on August 16, 2007. R15 is released on February 28, 2009. R15 introduced a number of new features including new command line, LSP, XML, and XML-RPC based functionality, the ability to create 3D solids, blocks, lines, and arcs, and additional DXF commands. The VB for AutoCAD users was split into two parts: VB 2010 and VB 2012. AutoCAD 2012 now supports the Visual LISP programming language.
VB 2012 is released on April 1, 2010. AutoCAD 2013 introduced Unicode text, more dynamic output, code blocks, programming with Visual LISP, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), Autodesk Exchange App store, DXF 2.3 commands and additional data types. AutoCAD 2014 introduced a number of new features and services, including DirectDraw Surface control, Delphi add-on,.NET add-on, a more user-friendly, modern UI, new 3D primitives, and dynamic blocks. AutoCAD 2015 introduced a more dynamic command bar, a cloud-based drawing manager, an improved viewer, multi-level undo, and Dynamic LISP, allowing users to create custom blocks. AutoCAD 2016 introduced file format DXF 2.5, DXF 3.0, and PDF. AutoCAD 2017 introduced the Dynamic LISP scripting language, programmable extensions, a cloud-based drawing manager, and a more open platform for third-party developers. AutoCAD 2018 introduced a set of online services and features such as a web-based app marketplace, new web-based user interface, and a number of new tools.
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(video: 1:15 min.) Markup Assistant: A free tool that allows you to quickly add markup to selected objects in a drawing. You can assign and copy a standard markup template to your drawings. Use it to annotate or categorize your designs. (video: 1:09 min.)
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New 2D-3D Z-Order tools are available to edit 3D shapes.
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Reflective surfaces, coloring, blends, shadows, and other improvements make your drawings even more expressive.
Enhancements in other major tools
Crease: Add a simple crease grid to your drawing. Crease lines will follow the profile of the object and act as guides for the hidden cross-hatch tool.
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Put the Extents into the selection toolbox. Select an object and click the button to see the extend the selection. Dynamic Text: The Dynamic Text tool provides the ability to easily manage text content in your drawing, using embedded scripts for text markup that are dynamic and reactive.
The Dynamic Text tool provides the ability to easily manage text content in your drawing, using embedded scripts for text markup that are dynamic and reactive. Line Shapes: Selectively control your lines. With new line shape tools, you can choose to show the object you’re drawing, or just the line. The Line Shape tools also offer multiple ways to control line color, width, and thickness.
Selectively control your lines. With new line shape tools, you can choose to show the object you’re drawing, or just the line. The Line Shape tools also offer multiple ways to control line color, width, and thickness. Mtext: With the new Mtext tool, you can create and edit multipoint text.
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