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umop-3p!sdn

This is an amazing forum, I have been here for about a week, and already I can see the passion and knowledge of many other users ...

I have even read posts where the answer comes from someone who is new at the time, others where some of the senior members where new, and I can see that they've been growing from this community.

That is an awesome thing to be able to say. That after I week I has seen so much progress and sharing in a forum, that perhaps it is THE most productive example of knowledge growth I have ever seen.

 

Very powerfull tool that helps beginners and experts alike.

I love it! Thank you all for makijng this happen!

 

 

:) :D :) :) :D :P :shock: :D :) :D :) :lol:

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tzframpton

yeah, you'll notice even some of the guys who "know it all" still learn from others on this forum. i love it, and just as you did, i learn stuff just by looking through other threads too. it's just a big autocad trade school to me lol. 8)

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FindAPath

Oh yeah, I learn new stuff every day just by going through old posts - even though some of them are oriented at Acad 2002/2004 or whatever, and I'm using 2007, most of the principles are still the same.

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Too add to what findapath said a lot of the functions that were around in older versions are still around in the newer versions. We should all remember where AutoCAD came from because a lot of the old commands are great commands that most people forget about because they're so concerned with learning all the new commands that AutoCAD has released. Remember that AutoCAD has been a powerful product for many years and we can't forget why.

Mike

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hyposmurf
:) Nice to hear umop-3p!sdn.This is the place I first came to learn.Forums are invaluable places to share knowledge.Welcome to CADTutor umop-3p!sdn. :wink:
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umop-3p!sdn

Thnks! :)

 

Everyone that comes here seems to be very friendly and devoted. I connot wait until my answering on this forum outweighs my questions. I think that's what alot of the users here have experienced at one point or another as well ...

 

That plus the already-addictive nature of the internet make for a healthy recipe for this forum only getting stronger and stringer for the years to come. It's kinda cool to be jumping in right now ... 8)

 

Thanks for the warm welcome and general good vibes all around :lol:

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one great thing about this forum I that there are nearly always more than one way of achieving the same result so you can get so many replies to what you think may be a simple question. Personally I have gained tonnes of knowledge and great techniques for my application of AutoCAD, I thank you all!!!!

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one great thing about this forum I that there are nearly always more than one way of achieving the same result so you can get so many replies to what you think may be a simple question. Personally I have gained tonnes of knowledge and great techniques for my application of AutoCAD, I thank you all!!!!

 

That's what I like about AutoCAD in general, more than one way to do something. One way will not always be the best way for a particular user.

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I dont use autocad all that much these days as my career has taken a different path now and I use a Cabinet Simulation program.

 

When i came here 3 years ago, i couldnt beleive the knowledge of four members. i learnt so much just from coming here.There were a couple of other forums, but nothing compared to the friendlyness of Cadtutor.

 

This Forum has come along way now and is strengthened even more with new members now submitting both questions and feedback that we all share. its great seeing examples of members work as it inspires you to push your own dwg's to a new level.

 

love this Forum for the banter and the information and Its a credit to the Forum Administrator for providing such a valuble resource, that continues to grow everyday. I dont post up as much as i used to, but i still make a habit of dropping in everyday to see what everyone is up to.

 

So if you get time in your day, Post up Cadtutor a nice thankyou note telling him that his work has change your life. :thumbsup:

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umop-3p!sdn

I just wanted to say, that 2 years later, I still really love this place.

It's good to see some familiar faces still around, everyone is always really helpful, and the knowledge base is incredible.

 

Kudos to you all, here's to another many years!

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MaxwellEdison

Well I have to say, I've been here less than a week and I'm certainly hooked. Maybe one day I'll get into LISP writing and then my help requests will REALLY skyrocket!

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