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In most computer-aided design of parts to be machined, paper is avoided altogether, and the finished design is an image on the computer display. The computer-aided design program generates a computer numerical control sequence from the approved design. The sequence is a computer file which will control the operation of the machine tools used to make the part.




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In the case of construction plans, such as road work or erecting a building, the supervising workers may view the "blueprints" directly on displays, rather than using printed paper sheets. These displays include mobile devices, such as smartphones or tablets.[12] Software allows users to view and annotate electronic drawing files. Construction crews use software in the field to edit, share, and view blueprint documents in real-time.[13]


In order to use your scanned paper drawings for CAD design purposes, you will need to convert blueprints to CAD compatible vector format, such as DXF (Drawing Exchange Format) or DWG (Drawing). Unlike raster images, vector files are capable of holding masses of data about each individual element. This data is readable by CAD software, and is invaluable when collaborating on an important project.


Vectors also benefit from resolution independence: however far you zoom into the file, you will never see a loss of quality. Furthermore, whereas raster graphics are made up of pixels, vector graphics are made up of objects, such as lines, arcs, Bezier curves or polygons. You can edit each of these entities individually without affecting the rest of the image, granting the designer much more freedom.


The land use and building permit datasets include all permitting data from 2005 in a data view. These datasets are helpful if you are doing extensive research on permitting trends. You can download a spreadsheet to manipulate the data. You can also contact the Seattle Open Data team to get help setting up an API if you need one for your research project.


Visualize any AutoCAD or Revit files on the go. Autodesk users can view and upload 2D and 3D drawings regardless of what software they use to create them. They can also navigate large-scale models, review, and markup the designs, measure dimensions, and areas, and track the project status anytime, anywhere. FormIt 360's core functionality is free for commercial use. For those looking for advanced features like a real-time collaboration system, solar analysis, and integrated building analysis, one will need a Cloud Subscription.


Possessing a unique technology that integrates 2D and 3D building project navigation, this app allows architects to use Graphisoft files on any device and make measurement adjustments on-site. The free application gives you all the tools to explore the Hyper-model - both the 3D model and the attached 2D documentation.


Canvas transforms room scans into editable, high-detailed 3D CAD/BIM files and 2D drawings. As the only 3D scanning app designed for homeowners working remotely with home improvement professionals, the measurements are sent to professional with a shareable code to ensure privacy and reliability. Just the scan is free, and the cost for full features varies per square foot.


The creative Cloud app gives easy access to Adobe files and teams away from computers. Working as a hub, users can download different Adobe services, including Spark, Photoshop Camera, Fresco, and Capture. The Free, basic Creative Cloud membership includes 2GB of complimentary storage for file syncing and sharing.


An app for instant Augmented Reality experiences. Users can view, share and communicate design with ease. ARki essential toolkit is free to use, with various features such as annotating, creating animations and sequences, and playing animations. ARki supports FBX files exported from most 3d software, including 3dsmax, Maya, Blender, Microstation, Sketchup, Archicad, Rhino, Cinema4D, and Revit.


NEW ONLINE RECORDS TOOL AVAILABLE!!! You may now access PDS records online using the PDS Online Records search tool. If you have questions about using the records search tool, please read the How-to Guide or contact the records room staff at 425-388-3622 for assistance. Please note that not all PDS records are available through the PDS Online Records search tool. This is because some of our records are still in paper and/or microfiche, and the process to digitize this old material is ongoing and expected to take several years. If you do not find what you are looking for, please fill out an Information Request Form and the Records Room will try to locate the files for you (see below).


Alternatively, for simple research requests or to review files on paper and microfiche, you may complete our Information Request Form which will be sent to the PDS Records Room. The PDS Records Room is currently open to walk-ins. However, PDS staff are fulfilling records and information requests electronically, and strive to review and respond to inquiries within 5 business days. We typically receive a high volume of requests and work as quickly as possible to get you what you need. Please do not submit duplicate requests via phone, email and one of the online forms below. We appreciate your patience and understanding.


When you export a document as a series of images, LayOut exports each document page as a separate image file, in either .jpg or .png format. The following steps, which reflect the selected operating system, walk you through the image-export process:


When you export a PDF of a document, LayOut creates a single PDF file that contains your document pages. To export your document as a PDF, follow these steps, which reflect the selected operating system:


There are three types of patents: utility, design, and plant. There are two types of utility and plant patent applications: provisional and nonprovisional. A provisional application is a quick and inexpensive way for inventors to establish a U.S. filing date for their invention, which can be claimed in a later-filed nonprovisional application. A provisional application is automatically abandoned 12 months after its filing date and is not examined. An applicant who decides to initially file a provisional application must file a corresponding nonprovisional application during the 12-month pendency period of the provisional application in order to benefit from the earlier provisional application filing. A nonprovisional application is examined by a patent examiner and may be issued as a patent if all the requirements for patentability are met. Each year the USPTO receives more than 600,000 patent applications. Most of the applications filed with the USPTO are nonprovisional applications for utility patents.


When filing a nonprovisional utility patent application, it must be submitted in the English language or be accompanied by a translation in the English language, a statement that the translation is accurate, and have payment of the fee set forth in 37 CFR 1.17(i). If an applicant files a nonprovisional utility application in a language other than English without the translation, statement, or fee, the applicant will be given a notice and time period to submit the missing item(s).


A Utility Patent Application Transmittal Form (Form PTO/AIA/15) or a transmittal letter should be filed with every patent application to identify the items being filed (e.g., specification, drawings, declaration, and information disclosure statement). The form identifies the first named inventor, the type of application, the title of the invention, the contents of the application, and any accompanying enclosures. (Form PTO/SB/21 should be used for all correspondence after initial filing.)


You can electronically submit the required filing, search, and examination fees using a credit card or electronic funds transfer. For example, when filing your patent application online via Patent Center, it is better to pay these fees online rather than later, because any filing, search, or examination fee paid on a date later than the patent application filing date requires a late surcharge of $160 ($64 for small entity applicants and $32 for micro entity applicants). The late surcharge will also be owed if you file the required oath or declaration on a date later than the application filing date, so it is best to ensure that the required fees and the oath or declaration are included with the specification (including claims) and drawings filed via Patent Center. You can also file your nonprovisional utility application in paper by mail or by hand-delivery; however, this will cost you an additional non-electronic filing fee of $400 ($200 for small and micro entities) on top of the regular filing, search, and examination fees. You will also owe the additional fee set forth in 37 CFR 1.16(u) referenced above for not filing the specification, claims, and abstract in DOCX format if your nonprovisional utility application is filed on or after June 30, 2023. If you file in paper anyway, the Fee Transmittal Form (Form PTO/SB/17) may be used to calculate the prescribed filing, examination, and search fees, any excess claim fees or application size fee, and indicate the method of payment (by check, money order, USPTO deposit account, or credit card).


Although it is recommended to pay the filing, search, and examination fees online at the time of filing your application via Patent Center in order to avoid the late surcharge, if you pay the fees later by check or money order, the check or money order must be made payable to the "Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office." If an application is filed without the fees, the applicant will be notified and required to submit the fees plus the late surcharge within the time period set in the notice.


If your nonprovisional utility application is filed electronically and includes a total number of specification and drawing pages that exceeds 133, an application size fee will be due. (For applications filed in paper, an application size fee is due if the total number of pages exceeds 100 pages.) Further, if the application has more than three independent claims or more than 20 total claims, excess claims fees will be due. Fees are subject to change, and the applicant should consult the current fee schedule before filing the application. Normally, fees change every October. 041b061a72


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