The first development version was originally called “cad-100,” and was based on a simplified version of the E/M-20 Drafting System developed by MicroSystems Inc. The application was released in 1985. The name “AutoCAD” was derived from the Auto-Cad Assembly Drafting System, which was a collaboration between Autodesk and MicroSystems. Autodesk acquired MicroSystems in 1986, and the name AutoCAD was changed to AutoCAD.
The E/M-20 was originally developed to be used by truck and automotive assembly and maintenance staff. In the early 1980s, a number of companies – most notably General Motors and Chrysler – used it to digitize drawings.
Autodesk started offering AutoCAD in 1985, originally for professional draftsmen and engineers. Since then, the program has become one of the most popular CAD software packages in the world.
AutoCAD has several different programs that provide very different functions and make AutoCAD work in different ways.
The main AutoCAD program provides a full-featured software platform for creating and viewing 2D and 3D drawings. The “User Interface Designer” (UID) includes features for creating menu bars, panels, and dialog boxes, and provides an array of commands for drawing objects and editing properties. The “Database Manager” (DBM) is used to create and edit text files of variable length, such as drawing and block definitions, as well as for managing blocks, layers, and annotations. The “Raster Graphics” (RASTER) is used to create vector graphics images, including fills, lines, and freeform shapes. The “Web Authoring” (WWB) provides a graphical interface for creating pages of Web sites, creating or modifying HTML, and generating images of Web pages.
The first two programs are included with AutoCAD; the other programs are available as separate products. The following lists describe the differences between each program.
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3D CAD modeling
Autodesk’s AutoCAD supports three-dimensional modeling, drawing, texturing and printing for 3D objects.
The modeler can draw with 3D modeling tools.
Autodesk AutoCAD supports importing, exporting, and rendering 3D geometry and textures with a 3D modeling tool. This provides a 3D CAD (3D Computer-Aided Design) solution to traditional 2D CAD (2D Computer-Aided Design).
User can import 3D CAD geometry directly into AutoCAD or from other CAD systems.
Texturing and lighting are provided in AutoCAD. The Textures can be mapped to 3D geometry.
3D Text is used for modeling, drawing, editing, and rendering text in three dimensions.
Users can also work with 3D text.
You can work with 3D models, using geometric modeling and CAD tools. The 3D models are displayed in 3D view, and you can also view and edit the model in the 3D space.
The 3D models can be rendered to form a solid and transparent object.
AutoCAD supports most of the most common 3D modeling technologies including:
3D mesh modeling is primarily used for geometric modeling, but it can also be used for modeling more general shapes. Mesh modeling can be used for 3D visualizations, animation, and virtual prototyping.
The following 3D modeling technologies are supported by AutoCAD:
The following 3D modeling technologies are not supported by AutoCAD:
3D freeform modeling
3D solid modeling
AutoCAD allows users to import and export 2D textures. AutoCAD also allows users to import and export 3D textures.
Textures can be created, edited, and imported.
Users can model and display textures, even when working with 3D geometry. Textures can be used in 2D and 3D views.
Animated texturing is available in the Forming and Surface applications. The animated textures have been created using a technique called Material Map, which changes the diffuse texture of 3D geometry.
Users can draw lines and surfaces with different attributes in AutoCAD.
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