Monday, January 28, 2019

We're Baaaaaack!

Several years ago, I launched AutoCAD Add-ons and Civil 3D Add-ons as sister sites to our well-established Revit Add-ons. Unfortunately, these new sites weren't active very long as I was overwhelmed with working full time and trying to maintain three blogs.

Flash forward to now and I'm not working as much, and have some help too, and I'm happy to announce that we've relaunched AutoCAD Add-ons ( Here we'll cover add-ins for AutoCAD and its vertical applications, including:
  • AutoCAD Architecture
  • AutoCAD Electrical
  • AutoCAD Mechanical
  • AutoCAD MEP
  • AutoCAD Plant 3D
  • Autodesk Advance Steel (relocated from Revit Add-ons)
  • Autodesk Civil 3D

We'll also cover associated products, such as, because of its relationship to Civil 3D, Infraworks.

How to isolate content by product? In the right sidebar you'll find a series of "Quick Access Badges." Simply click on one to filter posts by that product.

Alternatively, one may click on a label at the bottom of a post.

Posts that feature add-ins for AutoCAD will simply be labeled "AutoCAD," as opposed to "AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Electrical, etc."

Vertical application specific add-ins will only be labeled with the compatible product's name, "Civil 3D" for instance. We'll also include the product name in the post title. For example, "Civil Table Export for Civil 3D."

Add-ins for base AutoCAD will be titled with just the add-in name. For example, "Drawing Purge."

Our logo is by our good friend, the incomparable Juan Osborne.

We've created a dedicated email address for the site. Use it to contact us about AutoCAD related items. We've also launched social media accounts on Twitter (@dwgaddons) and Facebook. Feel free to follow us on the platform of your choice.

We have a goal this year to publish an average of three posts per day for each site – that would be a total of 2,190 posts! Crazy, right?  But it's good to have goals...

Please share the news with your CAD manager type friends!

Tim Grimm
Founder & Editor
Greater Seattle area
Not bad for a reformed Bentley guy

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