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Turbocad tutorial

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C.olson
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Turbocad tutorial

Postby C.olson » 06 Feb 2016, 20:43

Hi everyone,
Iv yet to get to grips with my turbocad in fact truth be told iv barely played with it yet as any spare time I get I'm model making instead ! But I did recently come across some very in depth and extremely well composed tutorials that could be worth checking out if your struggling like me.
Check out legacycncwoodworking.com and check out his videos you won't find better free training anywhere (believe iv looked)

Chris.

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Re: Turbocad tutorial

Postby Otakar » 05 Apr 2017, 17:38

not sure which version you have but I have been using Turbocad for about 15+ years now. I even bought it to use at work. If you do 2D than as far as i am concerned, there is none better and simpler. I am all self taught just by playing with it. As the versions get newer, it has gotten better and in many ways simpler. If you plan on doing nothing but 2D plans than the simplest and least expensive "designer" is the best. It will do everything you will ever require in 2D.

mikeyc38
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Re: Turbocad tutorial

Postby mikeyc38 » 01 Jul 2017, 20:27

I know this is an old thread but I will post this here as it may be of some help to those new to TurboCAD. I can highly recommend Don Cheke's tutorials at his website http://www.textualcreations.ca/. You have to purchase the tutorials but they are worth every penny of saved time and headscratching. I have no connection with Don, other than being a very satisfied customer. His tutorials are step by step, key by key so you can't really go wrong. The tip sheets he produces are free to download and give the more experienced user some quick and better ways of using the product. I designed and built my CNC Router based on the skills gained from his tutorials ( http://www.mycncuk.com/threads/8206-Ar- ... -CNC-Build ). There is also the TurboCAD forum, http://forums.turbocad.com/index.php and the tutorial videos on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVKkp4 ... 3KkRCAFpQw to help

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Mike Campbell

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Re: Turbocad tutorial

Postby Cliff Evans » 03 Jul 2017, 06:10

I must agree, Dons tutorials are very good!


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