AutoCAD

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AutoCAD is a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) drafting software, marketed by Autodesk. It is a commercial 2D and 3D drafting software. The AutoCAD software is used for several applications, including floor plan design, blueprints for buildings, bridges, chip design, etc.

The AutoCAD was designed to help the users to achieve the realistic appearance of their projects. It is used by professionals in various industries to enhance their design, which increases the quality and productivity of their product. It has also increased the speed of manufacturing of the parts.

What is AutoCAD?

AutoCAD stands for Autodesk Computer-Aided Design. It is a drafting and design software application developed and marketed by Autodesk. The AutoCAD software is used in industries, by architects, designers, graphic designers, city planners, managers, and other professionals worldwide.

The commercial CAD programs were used before the development of AutoCAD. The AutoCAD was run on microcomputers with an internal graphics controller. The commercial CAD programs ran on the minicomputers or mainframe computers, where each CAD operator worked at a separate graphics terminal.

The AutoCAD software is available in various languages, namely, English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Spanish, Albanian, Polish, Russian, Czech, Hungarian, Chinese Simplified and Traditional, and Brazilian Portuguese. The AutoCAD has developed for various programs and fields.

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