Brandon here back with the fourth and final installment of my series of videos/posts where we take a Look at the AutoCAD Alternative, DraftSight.
In case you missed the previous posts, here is Episode #1 , here is Episode #2 & Episode #3
In this fourth installment, I wanted to focus on sharing some of my favorite Tips, Tricks & Features I’ve learned or picked up in the time I’ve spent working with DraftSight.
Everything from how to setup drawings quickly using templates to a really cool tool/trick built into DraftSight that lets you automatically assign layer to objects based on their type. I’m sure you’ll find something in here that will help save you time.
Check out the video below or here now: DraftSight: Tips, Tricks & Features to Speed up your Drafting!
That’s all for this series where I’ve taken a deep dive and look at DraftSight. I hope you’ve enjoyed them and learned a few things about this really robust drafting software, I’ve honestly really enjoyed my time using DraftSight so far and think you will as well.
To learn more about DraftSight and Try it out for 30 days free head over to their site here.
That’s all for this post, be sure to let me know if you have any questions along with what you think in the comments!
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