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#1 posted 09-27-2015 02:27 PM

I fully understand the ease of using CAD as back in the day I worked on a Digital workstation using unigraphics. My point here is, the collecting of vintage drafting and layout tools and to see who does collect and uses them, not to put down CAD. Maybe starting a CAD only forum is the way to go for you and I’ll join-in on the vintage side of that.

Regarding exploded drawn drawings, that was my specialty. In the mid 80s I worked at BOSE and at the time worked on the aforementioned system but still drew exploded assembly drawings by hand at the request of Dr Bose, he was old school afterall. Here is a sample of one of my drawings on an E size velum.

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