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  1. I want to see if I can put my rx seat rails into cad to get familiar with cad. autofusion 360 looks good and is free for personal use. I fired it up and tried to see if I could draw anything without a tutorial. I can not. So looking for forum guidance and experience on what’s the current best way to (relatively cheaply) dive into CAD ?
  2. Hi, I studying a way to "improve" the steering linkage in my Land Rover (it is suffering some hybridization process in the steering), and I would like to design some components in CAD. For that I need to have the dimensions of the original Ball Joints or CAD file. Does anyone can help me? Thanks for all !!!
  3. . . . . And some CAD software for the laptop So I want to refresh my skills on CAD in preparation for building a SimonR CNC Plasma. The only thing is I don't have a computer of any kind, not even a tablet. And the last time I used CAD was Autocad in 2006 during my apprenticeship. I thought the CNC Plasma would be a nice CAD learning curve as I wouldn't need to learn 3D at first I have to use a PC at work, but it doesn't hold any interest for me, its just a tool for email and MS Dynamics NAV which clutters up my desk. My budget has an absolute limit of £500, although I would prefer to pa
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