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NOTE: All of the AutoCAD versions listed in this document are available as both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, although the installation path in each case points to the 64-bit version.
Listed below are the various AutoCAD releases, along with the full version number for the released version, the year in which it was released, and the number of current beta releases. AutoCAD is only one of many commercial CAD programs offered by Autodesk. Below is a list of all Autodesk CAD products with version numbers and dates.
Version Release Date Number of Current Beta Releases Product Family 70.1 Released 01/03/2020 67.x Released 05/09/2019 67.x Released 07/07/2019 66.x Released 07/15/2018 64.x Released 06/05/2018 64.x Released 06/12/2018 63.1 Released 05/03/2018 63.x Released 05/08/2018 62.0 Released 10/15/2017 61.x Released 10/22/2017 61.x Released 12/11/2017 60.3 Released 12/11/2017 60.2 Released 07/24/2017 60.1 Released 07/24/2017 59.1 Released 08/28/2016 59.0 Released 10/07/2016 58.x Released 08/30/2016 57.2 Released 08/30/2016 57.1 Released 10/15/2016 57.0 Released 10/15/2016 56.0 Released 01/18/2016 55.x Released 12/08/2015 54.5 Released 12/08/2015 54.4 Released 12/07/2015 54.3 Released 12/08/2015 54.2 Released 01/16/2015 54.1 Released 01/16/2015 53.0 Released 03/03/2014 52.1 Released 03/03/2014 52.0 Released 03/01/2014 51.x Released 12/07/2013 50.x Released 01/18/2013 49.1 Released 01/18/2013 49.0 Released 01/07/2013 48.2 Released 01/07/2013 48.1 Released 01/07/2013 48.0 Released 12/01/2012 47.x Released 12/01/2012 46.x Released 11/12/2011 45.5 Released 11/12/2011 45.4 Released 11
Autodesk’s ObjectARX is a C++ class library that is the base for Autodesk Exchange, Architectural Review and Construction Review among other products. ObjectARX is designed to integrate into other AutoCAD products such as ArchiCAD, Inventor, Revit and 3ds Max.
Integration of the more comprehensive AutoLISP (which is also used in e.g. MicroStation) allows the creation of macros and custom functions. AutoLISP is still relatively popular in companies, universities and hobbyist for adding custom functions to AutoCAD. Visual LISP is a similar extension of AutoLISP and is less common.
AutoCAD offers a wide variety of plug-ins. Most of these plug-ins provide specific functionality to the program. A wide range of add-ons are available for a variety of purposes, including architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, landscaping, wind/marine/marine civil, fire protection, and engineering, among others. The easiest way to access plug-ins is to search the Autodesk Exchange Apps store, though you can also search for them using the Autodesk App Finder. The Autodesk Exchange Apps store is split into categories for easy searching.
A limited number of add-ons are part of the subscription-based Autodesk subscription products, including:
Autodesk Civil 3D
Autodesk Design Review
Autodesk Landscape Analysis
Autodesk MEP 3D
A wide variety of Autodesk and third-party add-ons are available for purchase directly through AutoCAD. There are also a large number of third-party add-ons available for download.
Visual LISP is a programming language that has been superseded by AutoLISP.
The reason for Visual LISP’s demise is that it was designed as a language that could allow rapid development of add-ons, for which AutoLISP was thought to be ill-suited. Visual LISP was written in order to allow rapid development of add-ons, much as Smalltalk allows rapid development of programs. However, when Visual LISP was superseded, Visual LISP became obsolete as well.
The majority of AutoLISP add-ons available for Autodesk software are
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Go to Autodesk website and download the new version of Autodesk Autocad 2015.
Open the program.
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Paintings are saved as separate files and a folder with all of the files is saved on the hard drive.
The file can be played or imported into Autocad.
Autodesk’s Paintbox technology allows users to draw directly on the canvas, eliminating the need to scan or import.
The program features a variety of brushes, with their own customizable attributes, to help you create a wide range of effects.
Complex shapes can be created by using layers, including all of the standard options for adjustments such as rotation, scale and mirror.
Surface, fille and 3D Shapes can be applied to a drawing, depending on the type of scene being depicted.
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Why do people (including me) always forget to quote the long, hard-to-find names of the acronyms they’re using?
> Some more examples:
> “This is due to the heavy use of standard acronyms.” [Garance,
> “I always forget to quote the long, hard-to-find names of the acronyms
> I’m using.” [Me]
I always check the exact spelling of the acronyms I use.
And maybe a few of my original comments were useless too? Like this one:
> So ‘ESFJ’ is not applicable, because ESFJs don’t have a reaction to
> preference being opposed to logical consistency.
I meant “Witek’s psychological profile of ‘ESFJ’ is not relevant”
I think most acronyms are used without thinking too much about them. It’s a
matter of (ahem) intuition and familiarity.
As for that one comment, I dunno. I don’t have an ESFJ, but I’m just thinking
of myself as neutral (Not actually sure what to call it
What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Simplify drafting with Drafting Optimized, a new approach to drafting that minimizes errors and eliminates the need for much hand drawing. (video: 3:05 min.)
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Transform your sketches and surfaces to create a mesh more accurately than ever. The updated Mesh Creation Wizard helps to accurately create all types of mesh in one step, and the Revisions panel previews mesh surfaces in an interactive mesh viewer, providing accurate geometrical comparisons and showing changes over time. (video: 3:36 min.)
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You’ve just seen a few of AutoCAD’s new features in our 2023 Beta release, and we expect it to be a productive update for all of you. In this video, we’re going to wrap up the new features, but we want to make sure you don’t miss AutoCAD 2023.
Design plans and technical support are available now, and we’re excited to get your feedback on the new features.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the new features in future Beta releases. Please watch for the 2023 Beta in AutoCAD’s “Release” section here, or look for an AutoCAD 2023 Beta on your default download page.
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System Requirements For AutoCAD:
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (32-bit / 64-bit).
1 GB RAM recommended
Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
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