I can answer questions about AutoDesk Inventor, and Autodesk Revit. I have experience in using Dimension 3D Prototyping equipment.
I am a high school and community college teacher in pre-engineering. I have been using Inventor and Revit for 8 years.
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That would be a difficult thing to put into a consise verbal form. Also, my expertise is primarily with Inventor, but what I would suggest is looking at this presentation from the AutoDesk University.
That is a pretty broad topic. I am not sure that I can answer it in an email. Are you talking about drawing sheets with border and titleblock?
Paul, I am pretty sure I know what your problem is. There are 2 buttons called constraint persistance and constraint inference. They are on the toolbar when you are in sketch mode on the right hand
Hi Gene, I am a teacher...not an employer. I have never had one of my students go to ITT. I have looked at the ITT program and I would say it is comparable to the CAD certification we give at our local
One is Sketch Up which is available from Google. It is different than Solidworks but I have seen some impressive results. Another Alibri: www.alibre.com/Affordable-3D-CADCAM. I have used this a little