8 (More) CAD Influencers You Need to Follow

    Posted by Mark Driscoll on Sep 13, 2016 11:30:00 AM

    CAD_Influencers_to_Follow.pngPaul Munford (@CadSetterOut)

    Paul Munford authors the blog cadsetterout.com and updates it with weekly CAD tips and tricks, particularly with AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor. Once you’ve followed him on Twitter, be sure to subscribe to his blog to get new tips every Friday.

    Jon Hirschtick (@jhirschtick)

    Software entrepreneur Jon Hirschtick offers tips to help your design process run smoother. As a founder of Onshape and SOLIDWORKS, he also provides updates on the latest developments in CAD software.

    Pat Sweet (@engileader)

    Pat Sweet is a blogger, entrepreneur and engineer for Engineering & Leadership, which aims to help engineers also take on the role of leaders and project managers in their workplace.

    Shaan Hurley (@ShaanHurley)

    As an Autodesk Technologist, Shaan Hurley keeps up with all things CAD, design and engineering. He also authors his own blog, Between the Lines, which also covers Autodesk advancements, trends and tips. 

    Richard Horne (@RichRap3D)

    Richard Horne is an electronics engineer and co-author of 3D Printing for Dummies. With a passion for 3D printing and design, he also runs his own blog that highlights his experiences working with new technology, building his own 3D printer and more.

    Al Dean (@alistardean)

    Editor-in-Chief and Cofounder of DEVELOP3D magazine, Al Dean focuses on cutting edge design and tech trends in the world of 3D printing and CAD. Once you’ve followed him on Twitter, be sure to take a look at the magazine’s website for even more news on 3D printing and CAD advancements.

    Scott Sheppard (@scottsh115)

    Scott Sheppard is a program manager for Autodesk Labs and focuses on software developments, design trends and more. Once you’ve followed him on Twitter, check out his contributions on the Autodesk Labs blog.

    Josh Mings (@joshmings)

    Founder and frequent author of solidsmack.com Josh Mings is a must-follow for anyone interested in CAD hacks, product reviews and more. His feed is filled with the newest SolidSmack content, as well as reviews and tips for popular CAD software. Once you’ve followed him, take a look at @solidsmack’s newest posts, too.

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