Free DWG 2D Model - CAD Blocks Forum
This is the best place for AutoCAD beginners to ask basic questions. Please be as specific as you can when describing your problem.
Troublesome text, units & scales, object snaps, dimensions, annotation, linetypes, toolbars, geometry, measurement...? Help is at hand.
Problems with layer management, layouts, viewports, printing/plotting, x-refs, dynamic blocks, images, e-transmit...? We're all ears.
Solid and surface modelling, UCS, cameras, lighting, materials, rendering and animation. Share your woes or experience here.
Sub-forums for each of the AutoCAD vertical products. If you have a question specific to a vertical product, please post it here.
Questions specific to the LT version of AutoCAD should go in this forum.
Discussion of CAD Management, network issues, drawing standards, layer naming, backup strategies, training concepts…
Report a bug, display your error messages, describe a quirk you have discovered or tell us how to crash AutoCAD.
Got an AutoCAD question that doesn't obviously go in any of the other forums? Ask here.
Read all your favourite blogs in one place. This forum is an aggregator for AutoCAD related RSS feeds.
This forum is for all customizations that do not involve programming. Tips, tutorials and questions on working with the Ribbon are welcome.
Questions from beginner to advanced. Tell us about good sources of free lisp and post your own routines for testing.
Use this forum to discuss all application interfaces (APIs) other than LISP.
General comments, queries, tips, tricks observations and news go here.
Revit is Autodesk's Building Information Modelling (BIM) software and maybe in 5 year's time we'll all be using it. Better find out what it's all about!
It seems Inventor is on the rise. This forum is here to introduce the wonderful world of Autodesk Inventor. Ask questions, make comments and view tutorials.
This is a general forum for all questions and comments relating to Autodesk products not catered for in other forums. Questions about Impression, Maya, DWG TrueView, NavisWorks, Buzzsaw etc. are all fair game.