It feels as if I have come back into the Vectorworks fold slightly after completing the 101 Tips and Tricks for Vectorworks e-book on Amazon Kindle:
And it’s led me to discuss Vectorworks matters with a host of different people, some of whom go back a long way.
This first shout out therefore goes to Michael Kourtellos ( @3dtoolbox ) at 3DToolBox.com who are still supplying, training and providing support in Vectorworks and other CAD/Digital design software.
To give you an idea how far back Michael goes, I supplied his first 3rd Party MiniCAD+ tutorial manual I’d written to him in 1995 (I still even have the original invoice for the manual):
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ORIGINAL 1995 INVOICE
And this set Michael off on his MiniCAD and Vectorworks career, initially at Gomark, then Computers Unlimited and now in his own business at 3DToolBox.com. Admittedly I can’t take all the glory as Michael is an exceptionally bright lad and a pleasure to work with. Michael has also supplied one of the ‘Guest Tips’ in the above e-book
What’s interesting is that the original manual was printed on a laser printer and then bound separately on the living room floor and posted out to purchasers. Now it’s a simple download at a fifth of the price. It truly is a different world we’re currently living in.
More ‘old timers’ shout-outs to follow…