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mender
#5
Oct17-10, 11:49 PM
P: 563
I'm old school, learned drafting a long time ago, well before CAD but I took an evening course in CAD as soon as I knew it was around (AutoCAD 10). Loved it and have been using CAD ever since.

Knowing how to draw and sketch is very useful, as is knowing how to use a lathe and a mill (I'm also a machinist). I feel that it really speeds up my CAD drawing. Once the serious drafting begins though, the paper and pencil get left behind very quickly! You'll soon learn a bunch of shortcuts that help you draw quickly with CAD, just keep practicing and trying out the tools.