New: Schematic Irrigation
It’s easier than ever to sketch out your irrigation system, complete with projected flow totals, before placing a single head or pipe. With a recent update, we’ve coupled our Schematic Irrigation tool with Circuiting in a single docked palette for a fluid transition between these two milestones of the design process.Watch quick video
Just run our F/X Workstation installer, and you’re good to go!
It started as a father-son project in a garage.
Landscape architect David Farmer was having trouble integrating AutoCAD into his workflow back in the early 1990s. He sought programming assistance from his computer prodigy son, Jeremiah. Land F/X was born. Now, more than a quarter century later, Jeremiah and the rest of the dedicated (and lovably silly) Land F/X team continue to adapt AutoCAD to the needs of thousands of clients worldwide.
It’s been a family company from the start. Land F/X co-founders Dave and Jeremiah Farmer take a photo break from a family barbecue.
Cheers! Land F/X co-founders Dave and Jeremiah Farmer celebrate another successful trade show.
The Land F/X crew prepares the cabin for another successful trade show takeoff, ASLA 2019, San Diego.
The day’s first visitors are ready to talk shop – and be wowed by the software, of course. ASLA 2019, San Diego.
The annual Land F/X party was a full flight at the San Diego Air & Space Museum. No switching seats! ASLA 2019, San Diego.
Land F/X celebrates the spookiest holiday of 2018.
A friendly face at the Land F/X booth, ASLA 2018, Philadelphia.
Announcement for our Rocky-themed blowout atop the iconic steps from the movie, ASLA 2018, Philadelphia.
Philly showed up to be knocked the F/X out, and we didn’t pull any punches! Land F/X party, ASLA 2018.
Ugly Christmas sweaters abound. (But we have great personalities!)
Who dat?! Spicy Creole lunch.
2015 ASLA Chicago Land F/X Party.
More shenanigans at the 2015 ASLA Chicago Land F/X party.
Land F/X crew, pre-Halloween lunch.
Bella, the Land F/X mascot.
Krystal (Land F/X COO) barely evades arrest for disorderly conduct at the 2017 ASLA Expo in Los Angeles.