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    Posted: 19.Dec.2022 at 19:25
Hello,

I'm currently searching for information regarding CAD programs.

Looking to move from designing /building custom furniture to working in the construction industry as a designer.

I've used Autocad and Bricscad many years ago and have been using Sketchup for the past several years.

What I've found talking with and applying to a few companies is that many use an industry specific program.

 eg. Mytech ( truss and wall design) Solidworks, Archicad, Revit, Fusion 360, etc, etc.

My question is what program should I focus on learning that would translate well to other programs and be marketable to potential employers? 
 
The focus would be architectural as that is what my background is. I have no mechanical background at all.

Thank you for your input.

Stan
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AutoCAD is the standard in 2D CAD. Its principles are being used in other CAD programs, including the many AutoCAD clones (fakes).
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AutoCAD from AutoDESK

Edited by remcokoedoot - 21.Dec.2022 at 09:42
With kind regards,

Remco Koedoot
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AutoCAD and the Architecture toolset.
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