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AutoCAD’s Lesser Known Commands – BURST

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series AutoCAD's Lesser Known Commands Series

There are times you may have block in a drawing that has attributes within it, but you may not need the block to be a block anymore. Well, exploding the block will probably result in some undesirable results. Try using the BURST command instead. Take a look at this video …

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AutoCAD’s Lesser Known Commands – SAVEALL and CLOSEALL

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There are two AutoCAD commands that are not very well known that I thought I’d highlight in this short blog. . .SAVEALL and CLOSEALL. They are both very powerful commands that do exactly what their names portray. SAVEALL: If you have several drawings open and need to save them all …

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How Manufacturing is Evolving

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When it comes to manufacturing technology, we’ve already run the gamut from the Flintstones of the stone age to the Jetsons of the space age. Sci-fi inventions that seemed quirky in the Jetsons shows of the 1960s are now reality: robot maids, push-button appliances, holograms, digital diaries, work computers with …

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10 Things Your Competitors Can Teach You about Collaboration

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col·lab·o·ra·tion/kə,labə’rāSH(ə)nNoun: the action of working with someone to produce or create something.”She wrote a book on holiday recipes in collaboration with her aunt Betty.”Synonyms: alliance, association, combination, cooperation, partnership. Collaboration empowers teams, individuals, clients and partners to share, communicate and cooperate with minimal delays and challenges, allowing all stakeholders to perform …