by Vijay Duggal
Publisher: Mailmax Pub 2000
CADD Primer is a beginners reference book on computer aided design and drafting. It describes the general principles of working with CAD. It can give you a headstart in learning CAD regardless whatever CAD program you may have to use.
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by Peter H. Salus - Reed Media Services
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