About Cadsetterout.com by Paul Munford
Hi. My name is Paul Munford.
I am a big CAD geek. I’m the kind of guy who actually reads those manuals! I enjoy reading CAD books, Help files and Blogs and I even travel all the way to Las Vegas to speak at Autodesk University.
I’m proud to say that when my colleagues get stuck, they come to me for answers.
How can I help you?
I firmly believe that your CAD software shouldn’t be a barrier to your creativity or productivity. I get a massive kick out of seeing the ideas that you crazy Engineers, Architects and Designers come up with.
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About Paul Munford
Since September 2015 I have worked for Graitec UK as an Application Engineer. This means that I support, train and consult on Autodesk CAD software – mainly Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD and Revit.
My job is to help customers get the best out of their Investment in Autodesk software. You can read some blog posts that I’ve written for the Graitec Blog here:
Before Joining Graitec I spent four years as the the CAD/CAM Manager for Halstock Cabinet Makers in the UK. Before that I spent eight years as a CAD drafter using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor to create manufacturing drawings in the construction industry, and before that I was a carpenter.
Career in Brief
I studied Theatre Production Design at College and worked as a freelance Scenery Design and Builder for the first eight years of my career.
Whilst working as an Art director on Pop Videos, Adverts, Television shows and Feature films, I gained a wide range of experience in scenery design. This included Presentation work, Graphic design and Drafting (by hand).
In a parallel career, I worked on the shop floor in Exhibition and Events, working my way up from guy-that-unloads-the-van, through Carpenter to Charge hand and then on to Workshop manager and eventually to Project Manager.
All of this came to a head in 2004 when, with Mortgage, Marriage and the family life beckoning, I decided that it was time to grow up and get a proper job ;)
I decided to focus on the one skill that brought all his diverse experience together (technical drawing) and went to night school to learn this ‘CAD’ thing he’d heard so much about.
Little did I appreciating how few people there are in the job market with the desirable combination of experience in making, technical drawing and computing.
I walked into my first salaried CAD Drafting position a few months later – and stepped into a whole new life…
Full work history and CV
You can find my full CV and Resume on LinkedIn Here:
You can read a longer Interview with Paul Munford (me) here:
And you can hear my dulcet tones in this interview for Autodesk Help:
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