The British Are Coming! (Or more accurately, our British-based CAD Webinar is coming to you)

April 2, 2012 by Darren DraftSight Tips, Tutorials and Training 0

Paul Revere was a silversmith who definitely would have been intrigued by 2D CAD!

The British Are Coming! The British Are Coming!

DraftSight is headquartered at the Dassault Systèmes’ Boston Campus, where we are naturally surrounded by many historical sites — especially related to the American Revolutionary War.

Paul Revere, of course, was an American patriot and silversmith who definitely would have been intrigued by 2D CAD. He’s more famous for his frantic horse ride through the Massachusetts countryside, warning the Minuteman soldiers that the British Redcoats were on their way.

But enough of our corporate headquarters’ proximity to local history — because I fully realize this is a silly metaphorical stretch. Later this week, we’re headed to Great Britain on much friendlier terms.

Due to popular demand, DraftSight training specialist Mark Lyons is bringing back his free “DraftSight Fundamentals” workshop for beginners. Lyons will guide participants through the most important commands to start creating a drawing. The Webinar will cover most of the commands on the Draw and Modify toolbars.

Sign Up for the “DraftSight Fundamentals” Webinar!

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2012

Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM BST (British Summer Time)

Sign up now by clicking here. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Of course, it doesn’t matter where YOU are since the Internet is the great equalizer. We’re just happy to mix up the time zones a little bit since DraftSight is now being downloaded from nearly every corner of the Earth!

P.S.  And whether you are a beginner or not, check out the free DraftSight Master Series Flipbook, where we’ve bundled a bunch of useful tips, tricks, tutorials and learning resources in one handy place!

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