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Looking for a user friendly alternative to Autocad


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#1 Jurassiclassic

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 05:44 PM

Hello, apologies in advance I wasn't sure where, if anywhere this question would fit. I have a friend who works on a lot of projects of varying purpose/size, and they were interested in a program similar to autocad that would allow them to work on designs and see materials on a pc. Apparently they tried autocad and found it quite complicated and were hoping for a simpler to use alternative, having no experience with these programs I was curious if anyone else knew of a good alternative? 



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#2 Gorbulan

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 06:05 PM

CAD means Computer Aided Design. There are a lot of CAD programs out there, a lot of them tailor themselves to a particular segment of CAD, such as electrical design. What type of CAD do you intend to perform? Once you can answer that, then you can find an appropriate alternative to AutoCAD. 






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