Dan Abbott Consulting         





Dan Abbott is an instructor, trainer, and writer who specializes in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Autodesk software, and SolidWorks. [ I am not taking on new projects at this time, but will update this site when I am able to do so.]

Company Profile

I provide training in the use of Autodesk software, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, the production of engineering drawings, and SolidWorks®. I have also done technical writing, technical exam development, technical editing of AutoCAD books and technical graphics books, and programming in AutoLISP®. 

I have been involved as an expert in two legal proceedings involving CAD software. In a recent copyright case I testified as the expert witness for one side. In another I analyzed DWG files to determine if they were direct electronic copies of work produced by another company. 

I have done consulting for a wide variety of manufacturing, engineering and architectural firms. In addition, I am a full-time professor in the Architectural and Engineering Design Department at Southern Maine Community College.

I have conducted workshops for the past 26 years on using and customizing AutoCAD®, receiving a top speaker award at Autodesk University three times. 

My book is available in English, Russian, Croatian, Romanian, and Bulgarian --  AutoCAD: Secrets Every User Should Know, Sybex Publishing. It is based on the workshops I've done at Autodesk University and my CAD Management class at Southern Maine Community College. You can see more about it by clicking the News link on the left. People are still finding it useful even though it is now ten years old.


If you provide me with your contact information at dan@DanAbbott.com, I will let you know immediately whether or not I can take on additional projects. 

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Last modified: May 19, 2017