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NanoCAD 21 Tutorial for Beginners by Josip Tudorić is an educational and business self-help guide for individuals who are new to the titular software and is intended as a streamlined, fundamental step-by-step overview of its functions. The importance of computer-aided design, known by the acronym CAD, is extensive and plays a crucial role in the work of engineers, designers, artists, architects, manufacturers, and pretty much anyone who utilizes 3D models or 2D drawings. Tudorić covers a wide range of NanoCad 21's applications and uses these in the form of a tutorial that employs both screenshots and written commands. These include basics such as geometric shapes and the input of their mathematical concepts, to more advanced commands that implement functions such as scale, layering, and applying line types.
NanoCAD 21 Tutorial for Beginners by Josip Tudorić does well in walking new users through the program and in a teaching method that uses 'how' as opposed to 'why', eliminating unnecessary explanations and just getting down to the work. I have used CAD software in the past and have also used a few various modules in the private sector. NanoCad 21 proves these programs have come a long way in their accessibility and ease of operation. The screenshot pictures that Tudorić relies on make the book so incredibly user-friendly. I particularly found Tudorić's instruction on the creation of spline curves to be the most helpful of all of the drawing tools. A reader is walked through the process from start to finish and I can state with absolute certainty that this was the quickest and most efficient instruction I've received outside of one-to-one training. The written portions of the book are a little bit unpolished but it isn't much of a distraction and the benefits of Tudorić's tutorial cannot be stressed enough. Overall, very highly recommended.