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  1. Thanks – Glad you liked it 🙂 The use of CAD is prolific in todays
    manufacturing environment, to have a background or knowledge of the tools
    or subject mean’s you can’t go wrong if you inspire to be an engineer for
    today and tomorrow….

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  2. Great video! Thank you. I plan to use to introduce my fourth and fifth
    grade students to digital design.

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  3. Great video to introduce anyone into the world or CAD/CAM/CAE. The new
    generation will excel in the new digital world. However, don’t forget to
    know how to use a wrench, pliers, screwdriver, change a car tire/oil/etc,
    woodworking, putting together a model car or plane, Ikea furniture, etc.
    Today a lot of new engineers don’t have the practical know-how. I speak
    from experience, believe me.

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  4. Gary – indeed wise words. It is very true that many design engineers do not
    have the visualisation skills in regard to manufacture. I have seen many
    products that simply cannot be made yet the design have hit the shopfloor
    so to speak.

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  5. CyclingAZ – It is actually very frightening how much of the things we use
    today are crafted in such systems. A lot of people think it is just
    aerospace, automotive and the likes that use such environments. But I can
    with a high degree of confidence say; from the shoes on your feet to the
    chair you sit on, the keyboard that you use to the screen that you view –
    all has started life in the virtual digital design world.

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  6. Milosway – Not sure about the genius bit but thanks. I have been at this a
    long time, probably more years than I care to mention. 😉

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  7. great video,the amazing capabilities of CAD really opened my eyes. I think
    I learned more in the 4min video that I would have in an hour
    lecture–thanks

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  8. mrcman25 – Thank you, glad it has given you something to think about ;). I
    actually lecture in this subject, it is in fact one of my primary roles
    with a higher education college / uni. It took an age to do, but I can see
    it has also been worth it.

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  9. Hi CQEflash: I’m doing an educational video about Career Technology
    Education. Wondered if you’d consider letting me use a clip from your
    Computer Aided Design video to illustrate how CAD can be used in auto
    technology. We filmed at a high school that did have a CAD program, but
    they were working on architect project and not automotive, which is the
    subject of our video. Please advise. Thank you! 

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