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    Default Free CAD software ?

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    What free add on CAD software would any of you suggest using?Such as block managers,purgers etc.Ive seen quite a bit out there online but get quite fed up downloading things to find theyre crap or run out in 30days.

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    Default Re: Free CAD software ?

    Quote Originally Posted by hyposmurf
    What free add on CAD software would any of you suggest using?Such as block managers,purgers etc.Ive seen quite a bit out there online but get quite fed up downloading things to find theyre crap or run out in 30days.
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    Seriously in Mech Desktop there are POWERTOOLS which are extended commands such as POWER fillet basically an expanded FILLET command.

    www.dotsoft.com and www.tenlinks.com have good lisps such as a RECENT file list up to 20 files (i think) previoulsy opened.

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    Not really free, it's nagware ("buy me" window): QuikPik my Manusoft. Not very powerful, just a quite utility that sits by quitely while you work. It has several little "enhancements", namely locking your toolbars so you don't drag them all over your screen, and it widens your layer dropdown so you can read all of the architectual-naming-conventions that only you and a nuclear scientist can break the code:

    http://www.manusoft.com/Software/QuikPik/index.stm

    P.S. After installing it and opening ACAD, look for a little blue Q on the lower-right hand corner.

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    yes this is a good one. non-intrusive,useful. know of any other ones like this? have you ever tried www.caddzone.com xtabs? also pretty useful!

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