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About Rhino68W

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    Fort Worth, TX

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    I've never used AutoCAD
  1. I've heard a lot of buzz about Revit. I will look into some Revit specific programs if I can find them Enjoy Cowtown!
  2. I will look into Drafsight. I had planned on doing what Sunny Turtle mentioned and starting from the bottom.
  3. Thank you for your input! Comments in Red
  4. Hey everyone! As you can see I am a new member. I have ZERO CAD experience and will soon be enrolling in some sort of AutoCAD online program so I can get certified. It will have to be a 100% online and self-paced program as I am employed full-time and a new father. My career path includes both creating stainless steel shop drawings for customers to review and approve, and creating kitchen equipment floor plans and MEP's from an architect's base plan backgrounds. I will be using my Montgomery GI Bill to pay for the school, but have only managed to find 2 courses (Ashworth College & Penn Foster ) which are 100% online and self-paced. However both are only partially covered by the VA since they are considered correspondence courses. I hope to find a certification course that is fully covered though, but the sooner I start the training the sooner I can start working on that side of things. The actual degree path will come a little later on once I start working for myself. And am very much so a "figure it out" kind of guy so these courses not being very in depth isn't a huge issue. I will also get hands on training from people who are currently doing the job I hope to be in one day. Any guidance and tips are greatly appreciated!