As announced by Autodesk last month, AutoCAD WS now supports viewing, editing and sharing of 2D Autodesk Inventor DWG files. Inventor users who publish their models to DWG files can now upload them to AutoCAD WS to easily share assembly drawings and schematics diagrams for production, presentation or review. Usability updates to the mobile app include support for DWG layouts, a new copy/paste tool and improved markup capabilities. The new updates also include multi-language support, with the addition of eight new languages – Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German and Italian.
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