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draughtsman

(US), draftsman
1. a person skilled in drawing
2. Brit any of the 12 flat thick discs used by each player in the game of draughts

draftsman

[′draf·smən]
(engineering)
An individual skilled in drafting, especially of machinery and structures.
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As to the accountants and draftsmen, while they both had white collars, only the department heads had the right to a jacket.
77) In his study of draftsmen, Bourdelais writes of the "incontestable success of the effort of training in the local schools carried out by the Schneider family since the 1850s" and of "the extraordinary stability of personnel: until 1914, one observes the development of complete careers, sometimes interrupted by death, but very rarely by the departure or resignation of the individual.
Because they have experienced draftsmen in architecture, civil, structural, mechanical & electrical engineering, ARCDRAW is able to offer drafting services in all these disciplines.
Considered to be one of the fastest and easiest-to-use systems on the market, Cadra Design Drafting brings the drafting board to the computer screen and thereby offers a natural transition for classically trained draftsmen.
Currently used by many engineers, map draftsmen, city planners, and facilities managers, CAD, mapping and GIS systems are proliferating rapidly as they begin to be deployed in a wide range of applications in business and government.
Considered to be one of the fastest and easiest-to-use systems on the market, Cadra Design Drafting brings the drafting board to the computer screen, making it a natural transition for classically trained draftsmen.
The software helps designers, draftsmen and design project managers organize and integrate multiple drawing files and related databases into a single AutoCAD environment that can be shared by the entire design team.
It is indispensable to architects, CAD Users, Contractors, DIYers, Draftsmen, Engineers and more.
4 dramatically improves the entire design-team process and will deliver enhanced productivity to draftsmen, 3-D designers, analysts, stylists, numerical-control programmers and electrical engineers.
It has approximately 1,400 employees, including engineers, draftsmen, computer specialists and other skilled professionals.