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Product Comparison AutoDesk Vs. Bentley

This is a list of the products of AutoDesk and Bentley Systems, trying to find similarities between them, although it has been difficult because some applications have the same orientation, but their approach is not always the same. Before we had seen something of the evolution of AutoCAD and Microstation. In summary, we can take the following conclusions: Platforms ...

How to Publish AutoCAD Files to the Internet

One of the most frequently asked questions is "How can I use the capabilities of AutoCAD called'publish to web' with the Freewheel Project?" This project is a tool of the AutoDesk test laboratories, which allows storing, executing routines and sharing data to users who register. This has been published by Lynn Allen ...

The Bentley Discussion Forums

Recently someone came asking where the users of Microstation, or the different Bentley applications find help. This is a list of the different discussion forums, there are questions and other users respond: Users in other languages ​​or countries bentley.espanol (Spanish) bentley.mx (Mexico) bentley.general (English) bentley.general.de (German) bentley.general.fr (French) bentley.general.jp (Japanese) ...

Convert dwg files without AutoCAD

I remember at one time having had the need to convert some very old maps, made with AutoCAD but in versions so old that the discs were 5-1 / 4. I would have liked to know this application. This is Dwg-2-Dwg It not only converts AutoCAD files from old versions, but among the new ones, let's see some of their ...

How to Import Excel Dots into AutoCAD

Suppose we have a list of points captured with GPS, or UTM coordinates that are in Excel and we want to draw them in AutoCAD. In the case of Microstation users, I explained it earlier in this post, importing from a .cvs file, adding some more points to make it more interesting. To export from dwg to excel ...

How to convert cells to AutoCAD blocks

The handling of grouped objects is different between Microstation and AutoCAD. In the case of Microstation, they are handled as files with extension .cel called cells, I have heard that they are also called cells. In case of AutoCAD, the blocks are .dwg files that are called by the design center; no matter the nomenclature, they are still groups ...

GIS platforms, who take advantage?

It is difficult to leave out so many platforms that exist, however for this review we will use the ones that Microsoft recently considers its allies in the compatibility with SQL Server 2008. It is important to mention this opening of Microsoft SQL Server to new partners, then it allows the handling of spatial data in a native way; this before only ...