Cadalyst Video Picks (Vol. 1, No. 4)

25 Jul, 2016 By: Cadalyst Staff

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AutoCAD Fraction Facts

AutoCAD's New One-Stop Dimensioning Tool
If you're still doing dimensioning the old-fashioned way, it's time to change your ways and use the one-stop shop instead! This video tip from Cadalyst and Lynn Allen will show you the amazing new dimensioning tool that will save you plenty of clicks — and time. Watch the video

Tutorials From the CAD Community

Add Custom Dimension Styles to Your AutoCAD Drawings

Add Custom Dimension Styles to Your AutoCAD Drawings
In this tutorial, presenter Pierre Derenoncourt demonstrates how to work with linear, aligned, and angular dimensions, and how to create your own dimension styles. Watch the video

Apply Material and Visibility Parameters in Revit

Apply Material and Visibility Parameters in Revit
This tutorial uses the example of a gusset plate to demonstrate two ways to apply material parameters, and more. This lesson, led by Dzan Ta, is an excerpt from the "Creating Custom Structural Families in Revit" series from Pluralsight. Watch the video

DraftSight 2016: Layer State Manager

DraftSight 2016: Layer State Manager
This tutorial from DraftSight demonstrates how to use the Layer State Manager to save, restore, and manage configurations of layer properties and states. Watch the video

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AutoCAD Tips!

Lynn Allen

In her easy-to-follow, friendly style, long-time Cadalyst contributing editor and Autodesk Technical Evangelist Lynn Allen guides you through a new feature or time-saving trick in every episode of her popular AutoCAD video tips. Subscribe to the free Cadalyst Video Picks newsletter and we'll notify you every time a new video tip is published. All exclusively from Cadalyst!

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