Richard Rankin studied Mechanical Engineering at NW Kent College and Brunel University. A Microsoft Certified Professional. Joined Autodesk in 2000 supporting customers through Autodesks Channel Partners needing help with Inventor and Mechanical Desktop. Worked for an Autodesk reseller for two years before returning to Autodesk in 2006 as a Data Management Support Specialist.
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