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Author: Fred Karam,Tim McLellan
ISBN: 1566900530
Language: English
Pages: 323 pages
Category: Graphics & Design
Publisher: Onword Pr; 1st edition (February 1, 1996)
Rating: 4.7
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Fred Karam is the President of a consulting firm, Engineering Solutions, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan. Fred co0authored an eariler OnWord Press title, Pro/ENGINEER Tips and Techniques '96c. He runs training programs on CATIA, Pro/E and other non-Autodesk software.

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