Autodesk AutoCAD 2013 Crack + Key Activator
The AutoCAD 2013 Crack improves 2012 ability to create associative drawing views from any 3D model that can be opened or referenced by AutoCAD. And on top of this, you can still do all the 2D drafting you always did!
If you haven’t seen the association yet, think about that inventor Fusion doesn’t use any tools to make drawings from 3D models. Also, think that inventor Fusion uses the DWG file format and that Inventor 2013 will be able to open DWG model files directly. It’s crystal clear that AutoCAD is being created to become the Swiss Army knife of the Autodesk toolbox, bringing data in from any source and processing it into a DWG file that might be utilized by any of Autodesk’s different products.
Maybe AutoCAD 2013 Crack isn’t as good as some other tools for rendering, organic modeling, or finite element analysis, but if you have AutoCAD 2013 Crack, you will be able to open, modify, and document 2D and 3D CAD models from nearly any source.
If this chameleon-like ability works out, this flexibility will surely make AutoCAD a ‘safe’ or go-to tool for any drafting office. I can’t help but feel that Autodesk is considering a similar model as ProE’s re-invention of Creo elements – but starting from the other direction.
What’s new in AutoCAD 2013?
The two really big new features are in model documentation and cloud computing, but there have been a few other tweaks that are also worth mentioning.
The one part of AutoCAD’s OS that Autodesk insists on swinging up within the cloud is the Help files, which have been restructured to produce faster results. For those of you who can’t use online help (or don’t want it), the help file will be available as a separate download, and you can set your preference in the options for online or offline help.
The command line has had a charming new facelift. Command options are highlighted in a different color to attract your attention, which can be clicked instead of typed. The command line can be dragged off from the screen edge and used in a semi-transparent mode to enhance your use of ‘screen real estate’. Scripts and Lisp programs can be run directly from the command line.
One of the great tools, the properties palette, has received an extra lift. When you hover over options in the properties palette, you can see an instant preview of the changes live on screen – before you commit.
Point cloud tools are now improved, with new tools to sort and manipulate the Point cloud data and bring point cloud scans directly into AutoCAD.
The dynamic array toolset introduced in AutoCAD 2012 has received a couple of tweaks to enhance usability, and the context-sensitive ribbon hatching controls now enable you to operate on multiple hatches simultaneously. Finally, External reference paths can be directly edited in the Xref editor palette, saving a few steps when your colleagues play ‘Hide the reference.’
The Cloud – External:
Autodesk continues to improve AutoCAD’s abilities to make use of Cloud computing. In AutoCAD 2013, you can sync and save your files directly to your Autodesk Cloud account, making it easy to access your file from AutoCAD WS or sync files between your laptop and desktop (No need to use DropBox!).
Additionally, you can use the Autodesk cloud to sync your preferences to keep your favorite settings the same on multiple computers.
This could be a blessing and a curse to CAD managers. Many companies will not want users saving sensitive data into the cloud and then ‘taking it home’ with them. However, Autodesk Cloud Synchronize also allows you to upload support files like fonts, hatch patterns, and tool palettes to the cloud, which might be a wonderful tool for anyone who has to enforce CAD standards. These settings can now be controlled by a new ‘CAD manager control utility.’
The Cloud – Internal
AutoCAD 2013 came with a new update to Content Explorer. You are now able to deploy the Content Explorer ‘crawler’ on local storage drives ( i.e., your colleagues machines) also as your network server. Your Content is crawled and will be delivered to you via the Content Explorer palette.
This could be a potent tool, particularly in a company like ours where data management consists of the equivalent of rummaging around in your pockets mumbling, ‘I’m sure I have it here somewhere’.
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