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*Phillips, Owen
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What does AEC mean

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02-28-2001 10:05 AM
I have yet to find a CAD publication/text book that explains what that term
AEC stands for.It is used liberally & thus means something pretty
basic but no-one says what!

thanks
Owen
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BOBKELLERMAN
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Re: What does AEC mean

02-28-2001 10:28 AM in reply to: *Phillips, Owen
It refers to the fields of: Architecture, Engineering, Construction, which are lumped together as interrelated.,
*Michael
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02-28-2001 11:13 AM in reply to: *Phillips, Owen
You mean it's not "Autodesk Elitist Club"?  Darn, then I want my club
dues back!!!

 

 

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refers to the fields of: Architecture, Engineering, Construction, which are
lumped together as interrelated.,
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BOBKELLERMAN
Posts: 1,355
Registered: ‎03-13-2001
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02-28-2001 04:28 PM in reply to: *Phillips, Owen
Michael, I omitted my additional versions of what it meant because the guy was sincere and I did not want a wrist slap from a monitor----imagine some of the nicknames for ADT we have invented--"Architectural Death Trap" came to mind after I was gullible enough to fall for the demo for ADT2 and jump into it in mid-project.

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