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I mentioned on the Tiny Houses Australia Facebook Group page that I would document my knowledge of CAD (computer aided design) and how it relates to the tiny house building community, well here it is. Hope it helps.
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Computer Aided Design (CAD) software is without doubt the most critical tool in the creation of design intellectual property (IP) in the manufacturing sector.
CAD software enabled Tomcar Australia to go from design to production in 12 months.
CAD software increases the productivity of the designer, as well as improving the quality of the design.
The problems lie not in people’s lack of awareness of 3D CAD software or even their desire to adopt these tools. It lies in the fear of time that the designer will have to spend learning the software, and if they should take a formal training course or learn it themselves on the job.
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Here’s my comment on this blog post http://activatelearning.com.au/2014/07/niche2/
This is a topic close to a lot of people’s hearts who are on the
road to independant working.
I really don’t want to bring you further turmoil but in my
experience, when I told someone I wanted to start coaching our
customers, his reaction was that coaching is for sports people
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I’ve been listening to Douglas for many months now and find his work to very interesting and relevant. Here he talks about something close to many of our hearts. Looking for work
Many businesses and individuals are still to make the switch from 2D to 3D CAD designing with all the inherent advantages it brings, but of course there are several contenders in the market vying for that privilege of supplying a solution. A savvy purchaser will spend some time evaluating the market before making their investment. In this article I hope to make that process a little clearer.
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