posted on Aug, 14 2016 @ 04:20 PM
a reply to: ArMaP
I worked in the field of technical illustration before there were computers. I'm from the old school where we used mechanical tools like T-squares,
templates, protractors, compasses etc... (Back than we didn't have computers to create geometric construction, so I was taught how to construct
geometric shapes by using bisects to create construction coordinates. I also did mechanical isometric hand inking's for technical manuals, service
manuals, etc... for General Electric and a few other corporations. I also earned a Graphic Arts Management Degree back in 81. I had my own freelance
business as a Graphic Designer/Technical Illustrator many years ago. When Computer Aided Drafting started to make it's appearance, I ended up going
to a Technical School and received an Associates Degree in Mechanical Computer-Aided Drafting. I was later recruited to teach Mechanical Board and
later CAD drafting at a local Technical High School. During that time I took classes and earned my Vocational Teaching Certification.
I'm experienced in both board drafting and Computer Drafting. I've used Intergraph, Autodesk and Draft Sight 2D CAD applications. I also taught and
have drawing experience utilizing 3D CAD Applications such as Inventor and Solid Works.
edit on 14-8-2016 by WeRpeons because: (no reason given)