I worked with it in the mid 90's as a draftsman for a furniture factory. The last version I worked with was version 12. I really enjoyed the work, but there's no way I could live on the salary of a draftsman. The pay was very weak.montgomery wrote: ↑Thu Jul 25, 2019 1:54 pmUnless you are doing electrical schematics, consider learning parametric and relational solid modeling - SolidWorks is easy to learn, a marketable skill, and the software cost does not break the bank. I have not seen AutoCad used regularly since 1990.
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