Staff




Gil - Writer and Editor
Gil is a Designer and CAD Specialist for an Engineering firm Located in Atlanta, Ga.  He has been a member of the engineering and CAD community for 11 years and studying AutoCAD since 1998.  Gil has worked for small to mid level engineering firms in many departments.  Working in deferent department causes Gil to gain experience in creating design documents for mechanical designs to wastewater treatment plants. He is a writer and editor for CAD Clues in his spare time.  



Chris-Writer
Chris is a CAD Technician for a Civil Engineering firm in Dallas, TX. He has been using Autodesk products since 2000. His background is in the Transportation and Site Development area.  Chris has also assisted in the implementation of CAD standards for his company. His proficiency in both Autodesk and Bentley products has allowed him to work on a variety of projects from athletic complexes to airport taxiway design.




Guest Writers 
Paul (CAD Setter Out)

Paul Munford is a Joinery draughtsman (a ‘Setter Out’) for Beck Interiors, a UK based international Interior Fit out contactor which specialises in Museum Interiors.
Paul uses Autocad and Autodesk Inventor to create manufacturing ‘Workshop’ drawings day in – day out.
In his spare time Paul writes the ‘CAD Setter Out’ Blog and tries to explain to people why he goes to all the effort!
If you ever wanted to write or get involved with CAD Clues, now you have your chance.  We are looking for a few good men and women to help us out.




Writers Wanted!

Requirements

  • A passion for the CAD and Engineering community
  • A passion to share your ideas to the public
  • A Google and Twitter account

What do I get for helping?

As you know we are a free information website.  We do not charge a cent for sharing our ideas or post, but this is a great way to get experience and your name out into the community.  This is also a great opportunity to get on the ground level of this website without investing any money.

How do I get started?

Just send us an email at cadclues@gmail.com or post a comment bellow.