I have been working professionally with AutoCAD since version 2.6. Now I am retired and would still like to dabble with CAD for some personal projects. Problem is, it’s a bit expensive for me to take on my own AuotCAD license. I purchased a copy of CorelCAD and pleased to see how similar to AutoCAD it is. That being said, I still do have questions about things that I could use some help on. With AutoCAD, I had several pretty good books that covered a range of topics. I cannot seem to find anything at all that supports CorelCAD. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Good luck Joe as I certainly can't find anything. In fact, I'm starting to wonder whether me and you might be the only people who use it!
Check and see how closely CorelCAD follows what it is using for an engine and perhaps the tutorials are compatible.https://www.graebert.com/
If you know CorelCAD then the videos for Aris will either be similar or not.
Thank you Yani, that's really useful.
I didn't realise it was a skinned engine.
It's got some effort in it to accept graphics from Draw.
rmoss3475 said:I didn't realise it was a skinned engine.
Nor did I, I thought it was an effort by Corel. That information came from others in here.