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"Damir Crnila" <
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I am B.Sc. of mechanical engineering, and graduated on
cranes and conveyors. After my study I specialized in HVAC design.
been using computer for four years now. Started with Quick basic, and now use
and GIS software:
Steel Detailing System
STAAD Design Studio
consider it CAD, although it's not for
3D Studio VIZ
ArcView (with Spatial
Analyst and 3D Analyst)
I won't mention other non-CAD software I use. I'm lecturing
engineers and architects to
use CAD and GIS software (mostly easy AutoCAD
Now I work in a company for urban planing and architects
call me drafter.
Architects over here even dont know how to turn on a
computer (literaly) and don't want to know.
There are a few technicians who
make their plans. They use only ArcView (2D) and I made for them all the
customizations to improve their job. Also I take care about network problems.
When someone come to our company and asks an architect to print a plan, he's
not able to do it, even not to present his ideas if technician who drew it is
not here. Someone asked an architect: "Who actualy did it?"
Let's get back
to making projects. When I make a project, I make it better, faster and
cheaper when I do it myself, because I put my idea right on 3D model, and at
the same time make all the variations and analisys. I think it's too much to
expect from a technician to do this. If he can understand and use all the
software I do, then I will let him design too.
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