Millions of engineers, designers and CAD professionals are unnecessarily limiting their potential and don’t even know it.
We all know the sinking feeling that hits us when we realize there’s not enough time left in the day to accomplish what you set out to do. And who hasn’t felt a little frustrated when struggling to make CAD software do what you want? Worse still, is when you need to complete the task but your hands, arms and shoulders are telling you it’s time for a rest.
These are facts of life for many CAD professionals. But they don’t have to be. In fact, a lack of general efficiency and discomfort when working are issues caused or greatly exacerbated by a single problem:
The mouse you’re using.
We’re not talking about a 3D mouse either.
We mean the ordinary mouse you use to click and select. You know, the mouse you use to do pretty much everything on your computer.
But what could possibly be wrong with your ordinary mouse? After all, you may have even chosen yours specifically.
Well, that’s precisely it: an ordinary mouse is alright at a lot of things. It may even excel at a few. But it definitely doesn’t excel at prolonged CAD work. Read on to learn why—and the simplest of solutions (which didn’t even exist until just over 12 months ago).Read More