Bedford, NH (PRWEB) July 31, 2013 -- 4D Technologies, Autodesk authorized publisher and maker of the industry-leading CADLearning products for Autodesk software, released today a new CADLearning course for AutoCAD® Mechanical 2014.
CADLearning for AutoCAD Mechanical offers over seven hours of training and 126 searchable video tutorials. Taught by Nicholas Bouray, the course offers training and tutorials covering the mechanical specific features and functions of the familiar Autodesk AutoCAD software. Topics include using geometric features, construction line tools and structural steel shapes; designing assemblies, and interoperability between AutoCAD Mechanical, AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor.
“CADLearning for AutoCAD Mechanical teaches users the basics of creating and editing 2D and 3D drawings,” said Bouray. “Lessons cover beginner, intermediate and advanced topics on drawing and editing features of the software to design assemblies, document parts and more.” Bouray is a Product Designer at Loren Cook Company, and has over 10 years of experience in the manufacturing and industrial engineering field as a trainer and consultant, designer and manufacturing engineer. He has instructed a number of CADLearning courses for mechanical software products.
CADLearning lessons are developed and instructed by industry respected subject matter experts to deliver the most comprehensive, consistently high-quality Autodesk software courses available. Subscribe online for instant access to CADLearning courses with uniquely searchable video tutorials, complete exercise files, and learning assessments to track progress.
Visit http://www.cadlearning.com/courses/autocad-mechanical-training-tutorials/ to watch sample video tutorials, view course details, and to learn more about subscription options for individuals, Education, Enterprise and Government.
CADLearning comprehensive, self-paced professional learning content is designed to maximize performance with Autodesk 2D and 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. This continuously growing library of learning material stays current with the latest software releases for AutoCAD®, Autodesk® 3ds Max®, Autodesk® Inventor®, Autodesk® Maya®, Autodesk® Revit® and more. Users leverage CADLearning for self-paced learning, as an ongoing resource, and as a help tool. CADLearning is developed by 4D Technologies, LLC. Visit http://www.cadlearning.com to learn more.
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Kyle Chumas, 4D Technologies, http://www.cadlearning.com, +1.603.641.3900, [email protected]
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