AutoCAD is a broad-spectrum design program, and because of this feature, users can design, process and print any linear design, whether it is a two-dimensional design or a model in the three-dimensional space. AutoCAD enables users to create and print photorealistic images with editable materials and lighting.
AutoCAD has been evolving for over than 20 years, incorporating in its functions the power of 3D design as well as the demands of the market, in which it is a major player. The easy-to-use way that its commands are constructed, using familiar tools (such as RIBBON) and the immense web community qualify AutoCAD as the ideal design program for both an amateur user who needs speed and efficiency, and a professional one who has high demands and focuses on detail.
Another important advantage is that the AutoCAD user can easily become familiar with more sophisticated and specialized Autodesk programmes such as AutoCAD Mechanical, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Architecture, due to the fact that they follow the same design philosophy and have almost the same interface. In this way, it is not necessary to learn how to use an additional programme in order to carry out a job, but only to familiarize and adapt with a few extra tools that increase efficiency and optimize the cost of production of the final product.
CAD 2D Syllabus
CAD 3D Syllabus