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AutoCAD is similar to the design programs Deltagraph, Streamline, and Deltagraph Pro, and the drawings program PDS and PTC’s PowerDraft, all developed by Autodesk, Inc. During the early years of the development of AutoCAD, the product was named MPx, and was even sold under that name at first. The same company also developed two other graphic and drafting products, named AliasDraw and DWG Viewer. DWG Viewer became a viewer of AutoCAD DWG files and Autodesk developed the DWG file format for both AutoCAD and DWG Viewer.

Before AutoCAD, two companies developed products that functioned in a similar manner. On the east coast, there was a product named CADsoft by a company called DEC running on the UNICOM family of computers and the BETA family of computers. On the west coast, there was a product called CADEngine by Autodesk, Inc. It was originally released in 1975 as CADEngine-1, and became AutoCAD in 1982.

Both of these programs were released in 1975, but the next year, Autodesk released AutoCAD’s internal graphic system, named DDS, to the market as a stand-alone product. It eventually became part of the base program of AutoCAD. These two products, called CADEngine and AutoCAD, were very similar to each other. They were both designed to run on the same UNICOM family of computers and they were both used to perform computer-aided drafting (CAD).

AutoCAD, a separate graphics system, was first introduced in 1982 as a product for small businesses. The product was called MPx (Micro Drafting Package), and it was designed for use on desktop minicomputers. The product was originally sold under that name, but a new version was released in 1987, known as AutoCAD 2.0. From then on, it was called AutoCAD until today. Over time, many improvements have been made to AutoCAD since the first version was released, and the latest version is currently AutoCAD 2018.

AutoCAD has always been offered to small businesses as a desktop software application, and many users of small businesses rely on it for their needs. One of the first notable advantages of AutoCAD was the ability to design large-scale architectural drawings using two dimensions (2D). In the past

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AutoCAD drawings can be used as input to various programs for analysis and modification. It can generate and manipulate G-codes for CNC machines, generate electronics schematics, perform mechanical stress analysis, and can run CAD symbols for reverse engineering purposes.

The 2D and 3D coordinate systems can be projected onto surfaces, such as walls and floors, or on other drawings.


AutoCAD was developed by Autodesk between 1989 and 1993 as CAD-Draft by an internal Autodesk team led by its Vice President of Products and Services, Alan Taylor. Taylor had been the managing director and technical director of the British company Computational Design Software, which had acquired U.S. firm Datamize. Taylor hired Ken Wheat and Bill Stone to help in the development of the product.

Initially, CAD-Draft was developed to be a cross-platform, commercial, computer-aided design (CAD) product. The first version (CAD-Draft 1) was released on February 2, 1990, as an 18 MB stand-alone application for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows platforms. A Macintosh version was available from 1991 onwards.

AutoCAD 1 used the Grids/Sheets menu as a toggle between the 2D and 3D view. AutoCAD 2 released in 1993 would introduce a GUI that was similar to Microsoft Windows. The “AutoCAD Classic” window remained a feature of AutoCAD 2–2009. AutoCAD 2 was an updated version of AutoCAD Draft. It included the ability to view changes to drawings in real time, and removed the need to relaunch the program. This meant that changes in the drawing could be viewed in 2D, 3D, or Wireframe view.

After successful testing of the product in the market, Autodesk Inc. bought it in 1994 and renamed it to AutoCAD.

AutoCAD 2000 was released in February 1999. It added new features such as the ability to import files from Microsoft Word and to create and edit Word documents. Other changes included a re-organized user interface and support for Windows 2000.

AutoCAD 2002 was released on December 18, 1999. It included many new features such as surface and outline editing, 3D DWG and 3D PDF import and export capabilities, new productivity features, and a customizable user interface. It was the first AutoCAD release to support Windows 95.

AutoCAD 2004 released

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What’s New In AutoCAD?

You can customize settings for each imported markup, including whether it should automatically add to the current drawing, or whether to try to import it to a separate drawing. Use the new Markup Assist command to preview, install and edit your imported markups, or to load markups from file.

Rapidly share your most important information in one place, with consistent and familiar formatting. Import PDFs and create PDF Templates. Automatically download and open PDFs that are linked to your drawings, for use as Technical Sheets. Choose where to download and open PDFs, including for companies in different regions or countries.

We’ve made it easier than ever to create PDFs of your own. When importing PDFs to your drawings, AutoCAD creates a Technical Sheet. When you export to a PDF, you can set an optional filename and click Save to create a PDF. From there, you can create an in-line command that can be used to automatically create a PDF from any drawing you’re working on.

Improvements in the PDF Engine:

Automatic recognition of PDFs: We’ve improved PDF recognition in a number of ways, including when a part is simply filled in and when a part is filled in and also has a 3D model.

Automatic recognition of 3D PDF files: AutoCAD is now capable of reading and opening 3D PDF files.

Automatic recognition of barcodes: AutoCAD can now automatically recognize barcodes, such as QR codes, in your PDFs and draw them as boxes.

When exporting to PDFs, AutoCAD now includes all embedded objects in the PDF, including 3D PDFs. The Include Objects and Embedded Objects commands are now available in the PDF Export dialog.

Help for CMYK: You can open CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and blacK) files in AutoCAD.

New support for DWG and DWF files: AutoCAD is now capable of opening and saving DWG and DWF files. You can also view the Charts or Schematics in your drawing.

New support for LOGX: AutoCAD is now capable of opening and saving LOGX files.

Import of Drawing Exchange XML (DXF) files: You can now import files in DXF format that are created by other programs, such as Sketch

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