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Sand Mountain Construction - Sandpoint, ID
Carpenter`s Helper in Sandpoint Idaho United States This job was posted by : For more information, please see: Carpenter's helper...
10 days ago
Sandpoint, ID
Welder in Sandpoint Idaho United States This job was posted by : For more information, please see: TIG Welding skills on SS...
30+ days ago
Sandpoint, ID
compensation: DOE CAD Drafter Location: Sandpoint, Idaho Company Description: Mountain Metals is a 30+ year old company that is under new ownership and looking to grow. We specialize in structural...
30+ days ago

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In this AutoCAD tutorial we'll learn how to draw a reflected ceiling plan. We'll begin our project by doing a little prep work with a referenced floor plan. We'll delete any items in the plan that...

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