03/03/2019 at 22:56 •
March 3, 2019
CAD Software in Art and various Industries by Sherelle Rippy
When I first learned to type I can't say I was willing to put much effort in learning because I was mentally think of art projects I'd rather create. Other than High School, the only training I received associated with Art in various industries was at Lincoln Technical Institute in Indianapolis, IN years prior to or moving to Atlanta, GA in 2005. Where I earned an Associated of Applied Science Degree in Mechanical Drafting & CAD in 1992. In addition, to AutoCAD I've used as well reviewed other CAD software throughout the years. For example Blender, OpenSCAD, FreeCAD, Programming with Robots as well Algoid for example.
I've used software prigram games that allows one to create pottery and decorate them, but it isn't a CAD program like those I've stated. Nor is it like DesignSpark Mechanical I used to create numerous project's in 2018. Furthermore, I've reviewed various PCB, Microchip and Schematic's design and game software as well.