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Jory Borge


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I'm an experienced CAD Leader with strategic approach towards implementation and use of CAD applications in the most effective, efficient, and practical manner. I have extensive experience in Solidworks and vigilant in evaluating new tools and au fait with emerging technologies.

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I've been in the 2D/3D industry for many years simplifying and formalizing design workflows, integrating databases, and leveraging automated approaches. I've also been an active member of Autodesk's education & feedback community for the past decade.


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Austin College | Tarrant County College | ATI

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AUGI Top DAUG Dallas 2005

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I honestly believe in constantly honing your skills. Learn thru your mistakes & others. | keep learning . keep it simple . keep curiosity alive |

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2014-05-19 Cadkey CDE Article:

Mark, those are the CDE files i was talking about. Essentially run dxf.cde in DOS & in conjunction with the *.lst file.  Do a sample test run, copy 3 prt files in your local drive. If the names of these

2014-05-16 Cadkey CDE Article:

Greetings Mark,    I wrote that little 'how to article' over a decade ago & may not even be applicable in our current windows OS's anymore. Regardless, the CDE is an executable command file (without the

2012-03-20 CADKey CDE for Batch Conversions:

Joe,     If i remember it correctly, the CDE is actually in the Cadkey install directory. This is an ms-dos command file (independent from the Cadkey application) with no graphical user interface. With

2011-02-04 Plotting 3d objects:

If you're just trying to print out a photo-realistic 3d rendering of your model, your best option is to use the 'render' feature/command vs printing directly to your plotter. You can then use graphics

2010-11-02 Cadkey 99 Convert *.PRT to PDF:

Dan, I don't think you'll be able to do a direct coversion from the PRT files to PDF. However, you can convert PRT to DXF thru Cadkey's CDE Execute. Acrobat should then be able to open these DXF files


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