AutoCAD, Revit, 3DS Max, Maya and now Autodesk’s CAD Drinks – Engineer’s Guide to Mix More Than 70 Classic Cocktails
Posted by Nikunj Patel on February 3rd, 2015
Autodesk Introduces Whisky Drinks for AutoCAD and CAD Drinks for Engineers – Helping Them Plot Their Own Cocktails. Now Autodesk users can download their own copy of CAD drinks, and learn to mix cocktails with precision.
The DWG files contain all the information about the technique of mixing your drinks – simply by shaking them or by stirring with/without cracked ice. The schematics also suggest what glass to use, which ingredients go first and lists all the details of what to put in your glass and how, drawn right there – orange segment, pineapple chunk, onions, cherry, mint leaves, ice cubes, finely granulated sugar and the list goes on, all have a different recognizable graphics.
The drafts are drawn to scale in elevation, here alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks are color coded and rendered and the files are available in downloadable DWG file formats. The info graphics are prepared to appeal to an architect/ engineers brain and are replete with instructions for mixing and consumption of the drinks.
CAD drinks promises fun hour for architects and engineers as they meet after work, and design their cocktails just like they design buildings and machines. Designed by an engineer Shaan Herley, the chart codes more than 70 cocktails in their classic form right from the traditional Martini, to the popular Pina Colada.
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About the Author: Nikunj Patel
is a design engineer working with CAD Outsourcing Services for the past 4 years. He loves designing specialized industrial equipments and can always be found in the lab discussing, brainstorming & tweaking designs. He has also worked on architectural projects taking interest in every aspect of design & analysis.