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Identical twin brothers Jon and Chris Thornham both pursued mechanical engineering careers with AutoCAD. Then they started an entirely new business designing rims and wheels for bikes.
Towering four stories above the Omnia nightclub dancefloor, where it bathes in beams of rainbow light, the chandelier is a model of “kinetic architecture,” where the rings rise, fall, tilt, and tip in sync with the light and music.
Lillian Lin, a trained architect, was inspired to start diagramming recipes in AutoCAD that could be easily and universally understood by everyone.
Every painting Benjamin creates begins in AutoCAD.
Spanish architect David Romero creates 3D renderings of unbuilt and destroyed Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. See how he uses AutoCAD to bring history back to life in amazing detail.
You’ve worked hard to customize your AutoCAD and now a new version comes along and you have to start over, right? Not with these quick and easy tips on customizing your AutoCAD.
High-end handbag designer Wendy Stevens used to create her metal templates from scratch. After a devastating fire wiped out her career’s work, she learned AutoCAD LT, recreated her designs, and discovered a new way to approach her craft.
Alex Anderson lost her sunglasses – and started a company. Find out how she uses AutoCAD to design high fashion, affordable sunglasses.
Go behind the scenes of London’s National Theatre with Oli Cooper as he uses AutoCAD to design and construct stage sets.
For Bobby Gilbert’s day job as a senior piping designer, AutoCAD is central to his work. But when he wanted to get back to his artistic roots and begin designing t-shirts, he decided to incorporate AutoCAD as part of the process.
Junfeng Shi’s dream was to bring gardens to China’s urban centers. AutoCAD enabled him to make it a reality.
Briana Brubaker started working with AutoCAD when she was a kid. Discover why she ended up coming back to it after getting her Master’s.
Andy Souza of TEP Engineering has been using AutoCAD to create sustainable infrastructure in Northern California’s famed Wine Country for over a decade.
With their use of AutoCAD, Karmic Bikes went from an idea to a 95 percent complete prototype within six months.
A Civil engineering firm in the Netherlands relied on AutoCAD Civil 3D and Revit for the design and visualization of a railroad overpass. After the experience, it’s now always 3D for every project.
Learn how TDIndustries has streamlined their workflow with one of AutoCAD's most exciting and useful features: PDF Import.
When Brent Kerr started studying drafting, the tiny house movement didn’t exist. Now, as a teacher, he’s using AutoCAD to help his students join the growing ranks of tiny home revolutionaries.
Civil engineering firm Commonwealth Engineers lost a huge deal—all because they weren’t using 3D. Here’s how they moved to 3D in order to stay competitive.
A week’s worth of documentation work gets cut down to just four hours–thanks to AutoCAD mobile.
Discover how one woman left behind her technology career to pursue a lifelong dream of interior design—all thanks to AutoCAD.
For over 15 years, Japanese waterworks company Fuso Co. have been using AutoCAD products in every step of their process, helping them achieve their aim of “Thinking smart about water”.
Red Layer Guitars founder Jort Heijen found a way make his lifelong passion a career with AutoCAD.
AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT? Which is better for my 2D drawings? How can I convince my boss to invest in AutoCAD? You’ve got questions, we’ve got the tools and information to help you get answers. See how Autodesk’s most popular products stack up against each other here.
So many software options, and so many costs and benefits. How do you decide? How do you convince management to invest? This insightful article by CAD Industry Expert Robert Green shows you the nuts and bolts of calculating ROI and building a case for your software choice.
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