13 Tips, Tricks and Must-Haves when working from home: Designers, Engineers and Professionals

Hey Everybody, Welcome back to the blog, since today is Friday the 13th and with all of the news and concern surrounding Coronavirus, I wanted to take some time to share 13 of the best tips and must-haves for Designers, engineers and professionals in general that are either new to working remotely/from home or perhaps have been required to due to the recent Coronaviruse/Covid-19 outbreak and isolation. While we are not currently under isolation […]

Why I Ordered the Tesla CyberTruck and How I plan to get it for Free! – Coffee Break Ep#10

Hey Everybody, Welcome back to the blog and thank you for stopping in! If you caught my post from earlier in the week (Coffee Break #9 – The Dobot Mooz-3 3D Printer) you might remember I mentioned that I had let myself fall behind on my blog posts towards the end of 2019. One of my goals for CAD Intentions, both for the Youtube channel and more so for the Blog is […]

Plex Earth

Plex.Earth Update: TimeViews – Import Up to date Satellite Imagery directly into AutoCAD

Hey Everybody, Todays post is a quick one, but an exciting one. You might remember the post I did a few months ago (linked here) when Plex.Earth announced their partnership with Bird.I and shared their plans to integrate up to date satellite imagery directly into AutoCAD! I know I was super excited and couldn’t wait to try it out, well it’s now available in the latest version of Plex.Earth which […]

Galaxy Note10: A Powerhouse for Portable Design – News, Details and Info

Hey everybody, I haven’t been keeping up with my tech/news posts lately but I want to change that and get back into the habit of sharing news of interesting, unique and cool tech that appeals to myself as a designer and I think you the readers as well. So to give the series a kick-start I wanted to share some info and my thoughts on today’s #GalaxyNote10 announcement. Today Samsung […]

Vention.io – A New Cloud-Based CAD Assembly Software You Should Check out Right Now!

Hey Everybody, Brandon here back with a new post and I’ve really been looking forward to this one. In today’s post, I am excited to introduce you all to a great new company and to the even better idea/software that they have produced, Vention.io. Vention is a cloud-based machine builder & 3d assembly software that is completely free and requires no license, subscription or even an install! Allowing you to […]

AutoDesk Sketchbook is now available for FREE!

Hey everybody! As you’ve come to see on the blog, I have been working/attempting to bring you all a variety of content on both the blog (cadintentions.com) as well as the youtube channel, I want to continue expanding the coverage from mainly AutoCAD tutorials to include as much of the CAD and Design industry as possible. I think this move has been going great and I really appreciate the overwhelmingly […]

Lenovo ThinkPad P51 – One of the best Laptops for Engineering, AutoCAD & Design – Coffee Break Ep#3

Hey Everybody, Brandon here, back again with another video and Episode #3 of Coffee Break! Since the Coffee Break Series is still (relatively) new and it’s still gaining popularity, I like to start these post of with a quick recap of what the Coffee Break series is: Today’s post and video are part of a newish series I’m doing on the Blog and Channel called Coffee Break! In each Episode (post) I’ll […]

Cool Tech: Tesla Solar Roof Tiles are Available to Order

It’s probably no surprise to most of you that I’m pretty obsessed with new technology, design and the future. So it only make sense that I’m a huge fan of Elon Musk and his various endeavors, especially when it comes to Space travel, but I’m also very interested in the development and future of smart homes and the eventual conversion to clean power sources like solar.  Which is why today […]

The AutoCAD 35 Under 35 Young Designers List

Did you know that this year (2017) marks the 35th anniversary of AutoCAD? Developed and marketed by AutoDesk, AutoCAD was initially release in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers (from Wikipedia).  Perhaps not quite as interesting to you, this was just over 3 years before I was born (Jan 1986), which leads me to why todays post is such a cool one and […]