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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Suggestions for AutoCAD tutorial books?

I was in a 2 year CAD program in high school, and have been out of it for 2 years now.

I’m looking for an AutoCAD book that has some tutorials and tips and such to get me back into it. It doesn’t matter for what version really, but I’ve got AutoCAD 2008.

Any year book will do, I’m just looking for suggestions.

Thanks
We used Inventor a bit in the class I remember.
But unfortunately I’ve only got AutoCAD and I need a manual to that, not Inventor.

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2 Responses to “Suggestions for AutoCAD tutorial books?”
  1. evirustheslaye says:

    you should use Autodesk inventor, made by the same company, much easier to do stuff in 3D plus you could crudely draw up the design and than change the dimensions after the fact and it will automatically resize everything to fit the dimensions.

  2. Brian Myers says:

    Here is a good site to start looking at:

    http://www.cadtutor.net/acad/

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