Archive for the ‘AutoCAD Hatch Patterns’ Category

What’s New in AutoCAD 2020

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

Here is a great article on whats new in AutoCAD 2020 from Edwin Prakoso at CADNOTES.com

Click on the link below…

https://www.cad-notes.com/autocad-2020-whats-new/

Have a great day!

Kevin

AutoCAD 2020 Now Shipping

Saturday, April 20th, 2019

AutoCAD 2020 is now available from Autodesk. You can subscribe for the full version of AutoCAD 2020 at a 20% discount till April 30th for $1,288.00 per year.

The educational license is also now available to download for free if you are a student, or an educator.

To download the current version of AutoCAD 2020 click on the link below;

Download AutoCAD 2020

Good luck with all your projects!

Kevin

Happy Thanksgiving from ArchBlocks.com!

Thursday, November 22nd, 2018

Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!

ArchBlocks.com is filled with gratitude for being able to serve our customers through out this year.

This was our 11th year providing CAD resources to all types of design disciples.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy the day with good rest, family, and food.

Good luck on all your projects!

~Kevin

ArchBlocks Products and AutoCAD Compatibility

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

I get questions every once in a while asking if the ArchBlocks.com products are compatible with certain versions of AutoCAD. All of the ArchBlocks.com products are saved back to the AutoCAD 2000 version, so they will work in all versions of AutoCAD back to AutoCAD 2000. This includes all the CAD blocks, fonts, hatch patterns, and title blocks.

If you have a very old version of AutoCAD, like AutoCAD R14, send me a note and I can send you the products for any older version.

Please feel free to send me any questions you might have.

Good Luck on all your projects!

~Kevin

ArchBlocks.com Headquarters

Monday, June 18th, 2018

This is a picture of my ArchBlocks.com office. I have been a woodworker most of my life and I just completed a new desktop for my computer station.
It made from rough cut walnut scraps that I have accumulated over the past few years.

AutoCAD 2018 100+ Hatch Patterns Installation Instructions

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

How to Install the 100+ Hatch Patterns in AutoCAD 2018

Installing the 100+ Hatch Patterns product in AutoCAD has never been easier!

The hatch patterns and the previews integrate seamlessly into AutoCAD’s pop down Hatch menu. Below is a screen shot of the AutoCAD 2018 Hatch command pop down menu previewing the 100+ hatch pattern called Versailles:

Inserting the 100+ hatch patterns into your AutoCAD drawing is very easy. All you do is enter the Hatch command, select a pattern from the drop down menu, then pick an internal point (boundary area) that you want to place the pattern, then hit the enter key and you’re done!

 

Below is the Versailles hatch pattern placed in a master bath floor plan:

Please click on the link below to see the hatch pattern installation detailed instructions:

https://www.archblocks.com/100-plus-hatch-patterns-installation-instructions-autocad-hatch-patterns

If you have any questions, Please send Kevin an email by clicking on the Contact link below:

Email Kevin with a question.

Happy New Year from ArchBlocks.com!

Tuesday, December 26th, 2017

We would like to give a big thanks to all our customers from 2017!

Here’s wishing everyone a great year in 2018!

Thank you!

AUGI World July 2017 Issue Available

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

The newest issue of AUGI World is now available online.

 

 

 

Click on the link below:
https://www.augi.com/augiworld/issue/july-2017

Happy Holidays 2016

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

happy-holidays-2016Thank you to all our great customers in 2016!

New Autodesk 360 Technology Preview Launched

Monday, January 27th, 2014

 

I just saw this on Shaan Hurley’s blog,  ‘Between the Lines’ ;

The new Autodesk 360 is here!

Autodesk employees along with some customers have been testing and using the new Autodesk 360 for sometime now on real projects to make sure it was ready.

You can now get early access to the project collaboration tool, the new Autodesk 360: http://autode.sk/1g51WlG