Autodesk has released AutoCAD 360 2.0. The new release includes a Smart Pen draw tool for lines, polylines, circles, rectangles and other figures. The Smart Pen allows users to sketch freely, and automatically recognizes shapes. The automatic snap feature can be turned on and off during sketching.
Measurement tools have been improved to allow users to measure distances and areas in a drawing in just two taps. Users can also copy the measurements and paste them into a text remark, Design Feed comment, or a document.
A new Dimensions tool can add dimensions labels to a drawing. Users simply choose a line or polyline and the location of the dimensions. Users can also access files in third-party storage services including DropBox, Box.com, Buzzsaw, Egnyte and other file storage services using WebDAV directly from a mobile device.
For more information, visit Autodesk.
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