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I have taught Onshape for 2 years as an art course for kids so I am only familiar with it in a creative way. Right now, I have switched jobs and I am currently working with a manufacturing company that designs customized Air Handling Units (AHU). It is a very small company and at the moment, they only have one person using a software to do drawings for these units. Even though I have no engineering background I would like to incorporate Onshape into this company as a marketing tool.
I have been looking at the Onshape Bootcamp for a while and I am really interested in taking the course, but I noticed it is mainly for experienced CAD professionals. My question to you is, even though I am not a professional CAD user and have no engineering background, would the Onshape Bootcamp be able to give me a good enough foundation to learn how to work in an AHU manufacturing company like this?0September 30
I have a sketch which did not regenerate properly. what do I do? Please help.0September 6