Published : 06/15/2017 12:12:58
Categories : General
AS a TurboCAD owner, If you want to learn either about how to use TurboCAD or learn more about how to use it more effectively, you have numerous options open to you.
Beyond reading either the PDF manual or the online User Guide, learning resources are available to you in a multitude of media and formats.
If video is your thing, not only can you participate in the live, weekly webinars put on by product manager, Dave Taylor, but you can browse the TurboCAD Design Group channel, where you will find over 200 videos for both TurboCAD for Windows and for the Mac - https://www.youtube.com/user/IMSIDesign In this channel you will find videos covering all facets of 2D drafting and 3D modeling, as well as others which teach about some of the TurboCAD plug-ins such as Animation Lab. Dave’s also posted video recordings of his latest webinars on this site.
One of the best place to learn and ask questions about TurboCAD is to sign-up to be a member of the TurboCAD Forum. The TurboCAD Forum is a cornerstone of our TurboCAD community with active Forum participants who’ve been there helping new users for decades! Got a question about 3D Modeling or LightWorks rendering? Check in with Henry Hubich. Want to learn about getting the most out of REDsdk then speak with Majo. Trying to create an eye-popping 3D animation with Animation Lab, pose a question to Alan H. The Forum is also a good place to learn about developing plug-ins to TurboCAD, using TurboCAD’s SDK. Don’t be shy, join the TurboCAD Forum today! http://forums.turbocad.com/
Another great online learning source is the TurboCAD Community Wiki, http://www3.turbocadcommunity.com/tiki-index.php started over a decade ago and moderated today by long-time TurboCAD expert, John Sollman. The wiki contains TurboCAD FAQs, dozens of help topics and links to lots of other TurboCAD-related sites, including those wo have developed their own learning materials, like Don Cheke.
And finally, TurboCAD.com contains several fine training guides and tutorials for both 2D and 3D. These learning tools are available as multimedia downloads, online courseware and as PDF tutorials. Val Carter has been providing many of these to TurboCAD Windows and now Mac users for over 15 years and she’s now working on German versions of her popular TurboCAD Windows Training Guides! https://www.turbocad.com/training-certification/