Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by smokey420, Feb 27, 2011.
I have a project for school and was seeing if I could get some help
What kind of help?
2-D or 3-D?
It's a pipe layout of a small janitors bathroom, 3d would get me loads of extra credit
Do you have AutoCAD already? And which AutoCAD do you have? There's AutoCAD MEP (mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) that would be your best option for piping.
BTW, what year Autocad do you use. At my job at an electrical engineering firm, I got Autocad 2010 installed on my computer. I know 2011 has some features that makes it more 3d freindly, but I haven't gotten a chance to try it out myself.
I use AutoCAD. What's you're question?
So you need a single-line plumbing diagram? I think I did one of those back in school...
I use it most days at work to draw services routes.
I don't have myself, was wondering if anyone could do for me, I need 3 different views, plan vieww, front view and side view, Three fixtures, a shower, a toilet, and a slop sink
Do your own school work. Period.
Thanks D.B. I normally would, but am swamped with work, and I don't have autocad myself, or know how to use it.
1) D.B? Trying to call me a name?
2) your lack of software and "excess" of work is your problem. Don't pawn your work, your responsibilities, off on others.
3) how do you have a CAD assignment without knowing how to use it? Not been paying attention in class? Based on your user name, maybe you were too high.
It isn't a cad assignment, I have to do 3 drawings, 2 of which are done already, was just seeing if I could get it done a little easier, by the way, I did both drawings in a 3 hour period, like I said earlier, am just real busy working, and also planning a wedding.
I didn't feel like I was trying to pawn my work of, if someone asked me for a favor, I usually always do it, but I guess your world is different.
When it comes to work that is specifically assigned to you, you should be the one to do it. I do suppose your work ethic and mine are worlds apart.
Yes I use Microstation and Autocad but I not going to help you with your work.
Finished anyways, but thanks.
If anybody here felt like I was trying to pawn my shit off on ya, I apologize.
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