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    Sorry RobDraw - can't blame me for punching back when I've been "dissed", but I should not have broad-brushed a region. Please accept my apology to you.

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    Au contraire...I did not accuse you of being judgmental. I did however use the word xenophobic.

    I'd venture to say the majority of the items in your home were not made here in the U.S. and a probably many of the parts in the car/suv/truck you drive were made outside the U.S. but assembled here.

    "What is shrinking is the percent of overall domestic-parts content. Five years ago, 29 cars qualified for the American-Made Index. Today it's fewer than 10.
    Read more at https://www.cars.com/articles/the-2015-american-made-index-1420680649381/#UCRfYMgFa7xi56ee.99"
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    I'm now a full member of the Society for the Promotion of Mediocrity in CAD. Standards? We don't need no stinkin' standards! Take whatever advice I offer and do the opposite.

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    ReMark: Xenophobic - really? There's no fear here - just a proud AMERICAN, who loves our country, and wants to see Americans become prosperous once again, by supporting our own first and foremost. (Are you really willing to give a socialist governmental system 97% of your income that would be required to support all the "wonderful" "free" programs the "B" wants to bring to our country? Quit "FEELING" and start THINKING or you will be so sad you gave away your freedoms!)

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    Can you at least wait for the marching band to get in the building? Their getting off the bus now. In the meantime...

    FREE CAD programs...

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...he-non-student.

    LOW COST CAD programs...

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...t-CAD-programs.

    You should be able to find one that suits your needs. Have you considered looking at CAD programs designed specifically for woodworking? Have to be a few Made-In-America versions available.

    Have a sparkling day.
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    This discussion seems to be drifting off topic, and getting a little heated. Please stick to the topic of CAD software.
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    I dont know the specifics of the software that has been discussed here. Just read the license agreement, it will usually give you an indication of any wiggle room. I have a side business running CAD and we got LT for like 50 bucks a month or something along those lines. My energy drink habit is more expensive than that so i couldn't complain.
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    I found you a company right here in the good old U.S. of A that offers a low cost AutoCAD clone (based upon IntelliCAD) called AcceliCAD 2016. They have a full range of pricing options including SAS (Software as a Service) for as little as $15/month ($149 annually) and three main versions (Standard, Professional and Pro Plus) priced at $199, $299 and $399 respectively. They also offer single incident support ($75), web support ($199) and phone support ($1200) as well as tailor made developer support (call for pricing). The parent company is called Autodsys Inc. and they are located in Dundee, Oregon. You can find more information about the company and its software at...http://www.autodsys.com/



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    ReMark: That is Great News! Thanks

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    Does that mean Connecticut no longer sucks?

    Notice I did not ask what glorious state you live in.

    You're entirely welcomed.
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    ReMark: I actually DO live in a glorious state: Colorado.

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