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Learn Mechanical Drafting On-Line

Learn Drafting over the Internet



Welcome to Mechanical Drafting 101, the Technical Drawing Classroom on the Internet. Are you interested in learning to draw mechanical, and assembly drawings?

When you complete this course, you'll have the knowledge to draw the complex illustrations used in wood shops, machine shops, manufacturing plants, etc... There is a great demand for this type of skill and this type of work brings home a very lucrative paycheck.

My name is Tim Davis and this is what I have studied and practiced for years. This is what I do for a living. My training is in mechanical, survey, architectural, and industrial drafting with over 30 years experience. From this web site, I'll lead you through an uncomplicated yet well planned and complete course in mechanical drawings.

None of the courses created by Tim Davis are public domain! Please do not duplicate or place any of these courses on your own or another's website.

Mechanical Drafting Course

Copyright 2016, Tim Davis


The easiest way to take these lessons is with the help of a CADD (Computer Assisted Design & Drafting) program and I recommend using DraftSight, the free AutoCAD clone. This course is also a great way to get ahead of the rest of the class if you're presently studying drafting.

In these days of uncertainty, you can have the certainty of possessing a skill which will always be needed. Without mechanical drawings, there would be very few products for industry to create for the consumers.

A Great Continuing Education or Home School Resource

Includes CAD instruction Video

You may begin the classes at any time. The tuition is $39.95 and can be paid using the PayPal button below.

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You will receive a Welcome Email from me within 24 hours that contains the Password to enter the classes. Make sure that your email address isn't restricted so that you receive it.

This course is relevant to the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, South Africa, and most all English speaking countries, although the plans are drawn using the Imperial system.

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