Intro to AutoCAD class has bit the dust. As of Friday I completed my course and as of today got the results and maintaining my A grades. I wasn't sure about this course as it was taught from a technical aspect that includes engineering or the mechanical viewpoint but lo and behold it all fell into place in the last two weeks of the course. The nice thing about AutoCAD is that it gives you a text read out of your commands just by pressing F2. So you can see what you did wrong or in fact transport this to your own word program and have instructions on how something was developed. I loved that part. I am more into the automated program but in the Introduction and in the Basic AutoCAD classes you are taught by entering the specific commands at the command prompt that teaches you the internal workings of a drawing. Good plan, I think. Thanks to our instructor Ian McCallum, for his patience with us ID folks (5 of us) and for cramming so much information into 21 hours of classroom time to get us through it. Much appreciated.
|This is my idea of studying- a little circle drawing that I did|
|The King's Speech interior|
|Wiring a plug from DIY Basics|
|Not as modern as this one|
My bedroom had a two bar wall mounted model
Picture from Luxury Housing Trends
|Similar but table model|
Picture from Intute site
So instead of saying”bring it on” I will stay silent and hope I can remember the difference in voltage for Canada and not quote the UK requirements.