Career questions tagged technical-drawing

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dylan483 views

what tips would you recommend to star drawing? how can i discover my own style? why shouldn't i give up yet?

idk i prob will stop drawing since i'm not improving

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Which 3D modeling careers involve Autodesk Inventor, Fusion 360, or Solidworks How do I go about looking for these jobs?

I love modeling, and have been on this career path since high school. But searching for jobs like this always brings up CAD, and that's not something I care about unfortunately. I also do not know how to use sheet metal, or make electrical plans. None of this was ever taught to me. So now I feel completely lost searching for jobs that fall within my skillset (Modeling, and making technical drawings from existing blueprints) If it helps, I recently earned my CSC (Career Studies Certificate) in computer aided drafting and design, and was hoping that would be enough to find a job.

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Ryan860 views

What kinds of plans do you must plan ahead when becoming an engineer?

I want to know this so I can plan ahead and have a head start. I'm certain that I'm dedicated for my future job and grades. #doctor #web-development #technical-drawing #learning-technology

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Naresh908 views

how do i become movie editor

I have completed SSLC #engineer #multimedia #technical-drawing

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Ryan1149 views

What college do you recommend for engineers?

I'm asking this question because I want to be an engineer. I wanna know what college is recommended for engineers. #doctor #engineer #web-development #data-engineer #technical-drawing #learning-technology

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What are some better alternatives to ITT Tech's school of drafting and design?

In the past few weeks I have had a lot of time to consider both my interest and my options. I’ve taken the time to look at local schools and programs that they offer. The first thing I’ve decided is that I want to do something that allows me to use my creativity. the thing that has caught my eye the most was itt techs school of drafting and design and the school looked great on my campus visit however when I looked online at reviews for the school and most of them were 1 star reviews and warnings to stay away from the place, calling it a scam or just a waste of money. I know that wasting 40,000 dollars on an education is a stupid idea but I can’t shake the excitement of seeing the glass cabinet full of building models wooden butterfly’s cars and the technical drawing kit that was offered as part of the program. Do you have any advice about how I could go about this without wasting my money? #design #cad #drafting #technical-drawing

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