Everyone knows that you can "do" 3D in AutoCAD. AutoCAD 2007 made 3D
operations, well, feasible in AutoCAD. Before 2007, it was difficult to
make simple 3D objects. Many never tried.
After AutoCAD 2007 many were impressed and satisfied with it's 3D
abilities. Once I started using 3D in AutoCAD the number one response I
would hear was, yeah, that's good, but AutoCAD can't do organic
modeling. True. If you needed sharp corners, then it was perfect. Well,
now AutoCAD 2010 has provided us with that ability. Once the new free
form modeling features hit the design houses and its users can see what
it can do now, I wonder what the next complaint will be? Any ideas?