Free AutoCAD 2010 for Student Engineering and Design Community

Posted by GIS talk On Tuesday, June 16, 2009
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Autodesk is working on free AutoCAD 2010 software, its flagship product for 2D and 3D design and documentation. The software will be available for free to members of its global Student Engineering and Design Community.

The Student Community is an online resource that offers numerous benefits to students and educators, including free design software, self-paced training, innovative curricula, global social networking, job listings and more.

The latest release, AutoCAD 2010, includes groundbreaking new capabilities introducing free-form design tools, parametric drawing, and enhanced PDF and 3D printing capabilities to help users tackle their most challenging design problems

The addition of AutoCAD 2010 to the Student Community allows students to take full advantage of these new design tools, while adding to the portfolio of products they can use to develop skills in key industry concepts such as Digital Prototyping, building information modeling (BIM) and sustainable design. With the addition of AutoCAD 2010 software, the Student Community now offers more than two dozen free software products.


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