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Oct 03, 2006


Randall Newton

Saying CAD is inherently good or bad is like saying dogs are good or bad. Case in point: I was at the headquarters of a major MCAD vendor this week, and somebody mentioned the need to have a system that can compensate for poorly drawn 2D stuff, like lines that weren't drawn with snaps. For heavens sake, we were trying to educate our users at Generic CADD 20 years ago about the value of snaps. There's only so much a software tool maker can do to compensate for people who don't take the time to learn how to do things right. I guess that until CAD is invisible and idiot-proof, such issues will exist.

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