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AutoCAD Raster Design: Advanced Tricks for Faster Raster Manipulation
Lecture    AC3129
Russell Karshick
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Working with raster images presents a unique set of challenges. Oftentimes a raster image may be so degraded that it will benefit from a vector redraw. At other times, adding vector to just part of the drawing may meet your requirements. In either case, working with raster images can be frustrating, but fortunately AutoCAD Raster Design software has integrated tools that make the process less painful. Couple these tools with the power of AutoLISP® programming, and your process just got a whole lot easier, faster, and more accurate. This class covers the thought process behind enhancing raster commands, shows you the fastest ways to get the job done, and helps you take the first steps toward a smarter way to use AutoCAD Raster Design, no matter which version you currently use.

Key Learnings

  • Use the basic commands of Raster Design more efficiently
  • Identify ways that your company can improve raster image workflows in AutoCAD
  • Integrate AutoLISP routines to enhance Raster Design commands
  • Generate faster vector from raster images

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Russell is an AutoCAD Power User with over 15 years of hands on experience, most currently as a Senior Drafter and CAD administrator for the Nuclear Configuration Management drafting group at PPL Corporation, based in Allentown, PA. Ever since selecting his career in the field of drafting, Russell has always been committed to helping his co-workers advance their drafting skills, and is heavily involved in CAD training initiatives and conducts custom training sessions for his peers. As one of the CAD administrators, he enjoys conversing with other users about standards, best practices, new methods of drafting, and is responsible for writing the "CAD Tip of the Week" for the drafting group. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technologies from Penn State University, and is skillful in LISP programing, 3D modeling, raster manipulation, Navisworks animation/clash detection, and CUI setup.
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What an excellent presentation, thank you! Any LISP that will improve the bi-tonal graphics?
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