Building a CAD
Many of us
are lone rangers in the support business of CAD. We have
to pull double, triple duty or beyond to keep the ship afloat.
Others have dedicated help to get the CAD job done.
surroundings and setup you need to have a team of folks to make
things happen. This month we look at setting up the teams
and pulling together the troops.
Groups (or whatever you call them)
if you want to know more...
Building a CAD
Support Team - Part 2
Build ‘em before
you need ‘em. Don't wait until a crisis hits to start
pulling together these teams. You need them in place,
functional and ready when you need them.
with different talents. Don't make the teams too
homogenous. Have a few on each team that don't fit the
more on the web...
Back to School
Many of us are sending our kids off to school at this time of
year. Let's not forget training for ourselves. Here
are a few ideas for training and research topics that you need
to keep up on...
- What's new in the tools you use
- DWG exchange methods
- Deliverable options
- Archiving of your data - what is new?
- Licensing options for your software
- Methods of keeping your users informed
- Software patches, upgrades and fixes
Check out AUGI CAD Camp
as an option for training
August 2005 -
In August we
looked at CAD Manager tools inside AutoCAD and how you thought
they were doing at providing the tools you need.
Overwhelmingly you thought that there was room for improvement
(48% want more). What were the big winners for what you wanted?
31% wanted more tools to enforce CAD
26% wanted tools for deployment
Survey - Does AutoCAD cost too much? Let us
know what you think.