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Turbo Talk => General Discussion => Topic started by: Don Cheke on July 21, 2009, 09:36:07 PM

Title: New V16.1 Tutorial – Face Frame Dresser
Post by: Don Cheke on July 21, 2009, 09:36:07 PM
Textual Creations is very pleased to announce the release of TurboCAD Pro 16.1 – Face Frame Dresser

TurboCAD Pro 16.1 – Face Frame Dresser is a 192 page fully illustrated tutorial that leads the reader through every keystroke to produce the dresser and 2 page paper presentation that appears on the cover of the tutorial.

TurboCAD Pro 16.1 – Face Frame Dresser is available on the Textual Creations Shopping Page (http://www.textualcreations.ca/Textual%20Creations%20Shopping%20Page.html). Sample pages are available there.

From the Introduction:   

TurboCAD Pro is excellent software for woodworkers. Designs can be worked out quickly and efficiently and plans developed in a relatively short period of time. Realistic renders can be created to preview the design which prospective clients will marvel at and manufactures will appreciate.

Within the tutorial the reader will be led through each keystroke to produce the dresser that is illustrated on the cover of the tutorial. The reader will learn how to create the dresser using a 2D layout that is transformed into a 3D construct. The reader will learn how to insert standard lighting, how to use luminance lighting and how to save their rendered drawing in a high resolution image format. Additionally, the reader will learn how to use Paper Space to create an 8.5 x 14 title block along with a two page presentation with viewports, dimensions and annotations.

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Title: Re: New V16.1 Tutorial – Face Frame Dresser
Post by: Henry Hubich on July 21, 2009, 09:46:13 PM
Don, you surely do create gorgeous presentations. But something in one of the pages especially caught my eye...

Henry H

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Title: Re: New V16.1 Tutorial – Face Frame Dresser
Post by: Don Cheke on July 21, 2009, 09:57:02 PM
Don, you surely do create gorgeous presentations. But something in one of the pages especially caught my eye...

Henry H

I guess that's what I get for not taking advantage of TurboCAD's built-in Spell Checking function. I never have gotten into the habit of using that function and I should since no one else reads through the work before it gets uploaded. I am the writer, editor and publisher - so if it gets by me it gets missed.

If this were a real world project one would hope that the person checking or approving would catch the error.
Title: Re: New V16.1 Tutorial – Face Frame Dresser
Post by: WillR on July 22, 2009, 05:49:29 AM
Don, you surely do create gorgeous presentations. But something in one of the pages especially caught my eye...

Henry H

I guess that's what I get for not taking advantage of TurboCAD's built-in Spell Checking function. I never have gotten into the habit of using that function and I should since no one else reads through the work before it gets uploaded. I am the writer, editor and publisher - so if it gets by me it gets missed.

If this were a real world project one would hope that the person checking or approving would catch the error.

I gather this  a "for sale" tutorial and third party product.

My feeling is that such items should be posted in a "third party product forum" area as is done on other commercial forums.

The only reason is that later if I decide I want to find, review and possibly buy -- I have to remember enough to search through everything. In a third party area there would likely be fewer postings and my memory would probably get jogged by like postings.

I consider these items valuable resources and would like to find and review them quickly when the need arises. Often when I am searching for add-ons with commercial products this is my first step in the search -- faster than googling and more likely to get answers.

Any thoughts on this Don?