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Thread: Anyone have any experience with CAD?

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    No Auto-Cad for me, I'm lucky to afford a second-hand Hundai!
     

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    Jim, I thought you being a cad was always automatic.
     

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    Yes.
    I have tried the seven step program several times but I think it would only work if I had seven legs and I'm 4 short!
     

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    Just purchased the 3D Architect for $9.99 at Office Depot and got a second CD (6000 Sound Effects) for free!

    I'm looking forward to trying out the the program.
     

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    Look for a copy of AutoCAD 2002. For my money, it is still the best version they put out and since it's old you might get it for cheap. If you need help using it drop me a line. I'm an engineer in my other life and I use it all the time.
    Kip Polley
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    Ben Armstrong turned me onto a program called TURBOCAD... you can buy this from any Officemax type store.

    We have it but we're still learning how to use it.

    Larry
     

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    I bought the 3D architect back 4 years ago and use it to design.
    It is cool to be able to actually - walk through and see things... :wink:

    And I think I paid $10 back then. Maybe I need to update to a newer one - or what is the date on your 3D Architect (I think mine was Home 3-D)
     

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