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    Just wait until you do it all again in 3D. Now that will be fun!
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    ahh bleak there aint a part of my project in 3D...theres a perspective that i have to do for the next section but that might be a little tough because i have no idea how to do that on CAD so will probably do it in pencil

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    Pencil? No way! Come here when you get to that part of the project. There are plenty of knowledgeable AutoCAD users here that can help you to construct a house in 3D. You'll be the talk of your class too!
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    yeah i do a subject called engineering graphics and design im in my matric year(12)...and we right our national exams in pencil my school is just fortunate to have CAD and then i got it via autodesk so thats what we doing our projects on but our teacher has minimal knowledge on CAD so we have to "teach" ourselves

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    Well you're doing a pretty good job already learning AutoCAD. Maybe the school will ask you to be the new CAD teacher!
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    haha nope i dnt wanna be a teacher...in south africa teachers get poor salaries its quite bad...but its not my passion to be a teacher so ill give it the skip haha

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