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The first versions of AutoCAD were developed in the late 1970s. The company was called CenterLine, and the first versions were made available as an add-on for the Apple II. CenterLine was founded by John Walker and David Eyerman. AutoCAD’s original purpose was to provide a graphics interface for a scientific calculator called the HP-28. In 1980, Centerline introduced the first commercially available CAD program for the Apple II. This initial version was called “Mac-Draw” (Macintosh Draw), with the name being a direct reference to the Apple II. In 1981, CenterLine was acquired by Autodesk, the company John Walker founded in 1968. At the time of the acquisition, CenterLine was renamed to AutoCAD.
The original Macintosh version of AutoCAD was released to the public in December 1982 and was called “AutoCAD 1.0.” The next major version, AutoCAD 2.0, was released in June 1985. In 1986, the company released its first version of the Windows port of AutoCAD, and AutoCAD’s name was changed to Autodesk AutoCAD. The company expanded its product line significantly, acquiring several other products and technologies, including Inventor and PowerDraft. It also released its first graphics tablet in 1992. AutoCAD 2000 was the last major version of AutoCAD to be released. In 1998, the AutoCAD line was merged into the Architecture and Civil Engineering group. The desktop AutoCAD line was discontinued in 2001.
The new AutoCAD line released in 2004 was the first version to be developed using a user-interface framework called the “visual scripting” (or ViS) paradigm. With this new user interface, designers had more control over the look and feel of the application. Also, the 4D modeling tools (3D modeling of surfaces, solids and images) were made more compatible with each other. AutoCAD 2004 also included new features such as the Express Tools (further developed in AutoCAD 2005), drafting room, Revit LDraw, and Point Cloud. AutoCAD 2004 also included Windows-based drawing and editing tools, but these were designed and developed by the 2D software division of Autodesk. In late 2006, Autodesk officially announced that it had killed the desktop Autodesk AutoCAD product line.
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