AutoCAD 2011 is a technical design tool for 2D and 3D design projects. With this program you can create maps, designs and diagrams with very professional results.
AutoCAD 2011 has a great number of tools to graph and trace the entire project; these tools are very useful for professionals in architecture and engineering. The program makes it possible to draw very simple elements as well as add very detailed components. This makes it possible to develop designs with a high level of detail.
Some new features that users can look forward to include improved parametric constraints that can be created automatically depending on the geometry as well as others. Secondary grip editing is something else that will improve user experiences as they will easily be able to convert simple segments into arcs and more. The traditional grips still exist, though they are now called primary grips.
AutoCAD 2011 includes a brand-new property for users to play with: transparency. This means that objects can now be made transparent, and the user can control the degree of transparency. Splines feature new options as well. They include Method and Degree options. Method lets you specify whether points will be fit or control points. The Degree option lets you set the polynomial degree to allow you to control how many curves the spline has between its vertices.
This amazing program also has an advanced navigator that makes it possible to explore the entirety of the project from all angles, so that the user doesn’t miss a single detail. Also, and despite the fact that this program has a certain complexity, AutoCAD 2011 includes numerous help guides for those who are just starting to use it.
• Improved parametric constraints
• Transparency property
• Secondary grip editing
• New spline features
• Supports 3D graphics
• Integrated navigation
• Complete help module
• Some features may be too complex for the average user
• Requires the use of many resources
AutoCAD 2011 limitations:
• 30-day trial