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Nice to meet you, new AutoCAD

Seven industry-specific toolsets included; all-new web and mobile apps help subscribers work anywhere, anytime

By Alyson Moses

One. Only One. AutoCAD. There’s no longer a need to decide which version of AutoCAD to subscribe to for the job. Starting March 22, those who subscribe to AutoCAD 2019 will gain access to industry-specific features and functionality of SEVEN specialized toolsets with just ONE product.

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What We Like This Week: Soaring Statues & Snakeskin Robots

by Mouncey Ferguson

Industrial automation is on the move, robots are finding new ways to get around, and CG is popping up where you least expect it. Check out our picks for the week:

  • Go big or go home. When it’s completed in late 2018,

What We Like This Week: Wooden Airplanes and Instant Houses

by Mouncey Ferguson

Advanced materials, solid employment advice for kids, and a hip new incubator for manufacturing startups—that’s what caught our eye this week.

  • The 3D-printed life. We’re pretty sure it starts with living in a 3D-printed house (that can be made in a day,

What We Like This Week: Investing in Futures

by Mouncey Ferguson

From the farm to the office, from the construction site to the movie studio, advances in technology are changing how industries work and how our world gets built.

  • Honey, we’re moving to Wakanda. Vibranium may be more fiction than science, but we loved the way that Black Panther mixed bold futurism with traditional African motifs.

The Only Woman in the Room

Editor’s note: In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are re-posting this essay from Cristina Randazzo, an Autodesk employee based in São Paulo, Brazil. This is a translated and lightly edited version of her original essay which appeared here on the Autodesk Brazil blog.


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