AutoCAD is a a professional design and engineering application for 2D and 3D design and drafting, developed and sold by Autodesk, Inc. It’s used to model everything from mechanical parts, to architecture, to city infrastructure. It’s the Photoshop of the engineering world and a house hold name to millions of engineers and architects around the globe. AutoCAD has been a Windows PC-only product since it left the Mac 16 years ago. AutoCAD users has been restricted to using Windows-based PCs since then.
Autodesk gave Mac-using professionals a reason to celebrate back in August when it announced that it was bringing AutoCAD to the Mac and iOS devices. The company released its free, universal AutoCAD WS app for the iPad and iPhone in September, and on last Friday it released AutoCAD for the Mac.
AutoCAD for Mac brings robust 3D free-form design tools and powerful drafting capabilities to your platform of choice. It takes full advantage of the Mac OS X platform, with an intuitive, graphical user interface that makes it easy to bring your ideas to life. If you’re a longtime AutoCAD expert, you’ll feel at home with AutoCAD for Mac software—the commands and tools you use every day work with it too.
Good news is, Students and educators have 2 smart options for getting their hands on AutoCAD for Mac. You can download full version for free with 3 Years Serial License Key on the Education Community or purchase it with a perpetual license and no watermarks for 90%** off suggested retail price from the Autodesk Store. Remember, you must have a school issued email id to get this utility for free. To download AutoCAD for Mac for free just Click Here.