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Compare AutoCAD vs. AutoCAD LT

If you work primarily in 2D, AutoCAD LT is a cost-effective choice. For 3D capabilities, multi-user (network) licensing options, and more powerful customization, consider AutoCAD.

  • Design every detail with 2D and 3D CAD software. Share drawings across desktop, cloud and mobile.

    Use for:

    • 2D drafting, drawings and documentation
    • 3D modelling and visualisation

    What it does:

    • Create and edit 2D geometry.
    • Create and edit 3D models with solids, surfaces and mesh objects.
    • Annotate drawings with text, dimensions, leaders and tables.
    • Customise the ribbon and tool palettes.
    • Customise with add-on apps and APIs.
    • Extract object data to tables.
    • Attach and import data from PDF files. 
    • Share and use data from DGN files, Navisworks and Bing Maps.
    • Apply and monitor CAD standards.

    Licensing:

    • Single-user
    • Multi-user (network)

    Includes:

    /year
    (Excludes GST)

  • Create 2D drawings faster and with more precision.

    Use for:

    2D drafting, drawings and documentation

    What it does:

    • Create and edit 2D geometry.
    • Annotate drawings with text, dimensions, leaders and tables.
    • Attach and import data from PDF files. 
    • Share and use data from DGN files and Bing Maps.
    • Customise the ribbon and tool palettes.

    Licensing:

    Single-user

    Includes:

    /year
    (Excludes GST)