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Posted by  Scratchy on October 25, 2002 at 10:18:13:

In Reply to:  Re: Ctrl- V Ctrl-C posted by steve on October 25, 2002 at 08:55:47:

I've worked using manual drafting and CAD, as a long time proponent of manual drafting, there is just not much of a competition between the two. (CAD is much more efficient in most aspects). More money? probably not. Fees lower? You would have thought that this may be becuase of automation, but there are too many other factors involved to have a blanket staement on this one. Are we serving clients better? Its all about competance with or without a microchip. But the Arch. Industry has adjusted, by increasing effecincy and speed of output, my question is "Have colleges expected more from there students productivity, as we have in the industry?" I wish I had spellcheck and grammar check on my old typewriter in school not to mention autocad.

 
 
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