jarmor wrote:I just wish someone would post pictures . . . here.
Why post easily viewed pictures when you can direct them to a monetized YouTube channel?
I don't even mind being moved to another site where the work is monetized. The guy seems to have an expensive drone and goes daily. I DO mind having to sit through 15 minutes of inane commentary and needlessly loud music.
Just slap some ads on a blog and watermark the photos.
lord denning wrote:Actually it does. CAD means Computer Assisted/Aided Design. Anything that uses a computer to assist is CAD.
Now professional CAD used by developers and architects - no. Helpful CAD no. But CAD technically yes.
Technically you're correct, but heavily splitting hairs. In Engineering CAD refers to Computer Aided Drafting, software that draws up objects in 2-and 3D. Other packages that do other design aspects (CFD, FEA, Numerical Methods, Gas Dynamics) are not referred to as CAD, rather by what portion of design work they actually do. PATTYCAKES has a more correct argument in this context, in my time working in Engineering CAD has always specifically referred to drafting software.
Back on topic, when does Toronto's schools go back in session? May be passing through the area in mid-August/early-September and would rather not fight every kid and their mom if I end up there.
ih8rollercoasters wrote:Back on topic, when does Toronto's schools go back in session? May be passing through the area in mid-August/early-September and would rather not fight every kid and their mom if I end up there.
First day after Labour Day; so, Tuesday Sept 4 this year.
Blueprints found of this very unique dive coaster. It's footprint is insane.
Gave it 4 minutes . . . I'm sorry but I guess I like to get straight to the point. I fully understand these videos aren't being made solely for me but . . . Wake me when some solid info comes out and not the "I wanna spoil it but I don't wanna spoil it" back and forth.
"B&M will NEVER build a coaster over 300 ft..." until 2012 "Cedar Fair will NEVER build a coaster taller than MF..." until 2015
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