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I wanted to share the progress I made this week modeling my Laguna IQ. This is a good way to work on your CAD skills while waiting for warmer weather here in Iowa.. I've got some more detail to do but wanted to show it off...
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Wow that looks really good!
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Very nice work, Jeff! The gray one on the bottom looks almost as good as the purple one on top, which I assume to be the real one.

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That's some impressive cad skill Jeff!
I'd be a lot better if I spent more time in Aspire and less time on YouTube!! 🙂
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What CAD software are you using. I got a Fusion 360 startup license but am having trouble really learning it. I use Carbide Create and am making a lot of projects. Although carbide create is a relatively simple CAD application it is very good for simple wood projects and v carving.
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Well, that depends on where I'm at. I use AutoCAD and Inventor when I'm at work and I use mostly Esprit CAM when at home. I save files from one and import to another depending where I'm at.
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What CAD software are you using. I got a Fusion 360 startup license but am having trouble really learning it. I use Carbide Create and am making a lot of projects. Although carbide create is a relatively simple CAD application it is very good for simple wood projects and v carving.
Watch any of the Lars Christensen videos on Fusion 360. Watching his videos definitely shortened my learning curve.

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