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On 4/18/2021 at 10:04 AM, Cad64 said:

Or, ditch Autocad and look at a program like Bricscad. That's what I would do.


LT clones are a great alternative but getting all the vertical offerings (Arch, Elec, Mech, MEP, Plant3D, Map 3D and Raster) now included in AutoCAD make a tough argument against using anything else. Maybe BricsCAD Pro might be at a better price point but familiarity might be the determining factor. It DOES have a good price but I'd have to give it a good working over to see how it works for me.

 

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That is a myth, open up any book from any version and look at the list of commands in AutoCAD LT the very first entry is and has always been 3DPOLY What LT is missing are many of the 'tools'

Just describe a repetitive scenario to your supervisor that consists of doing many different things using several different commands and show him how much time you save by having all of those commands

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21 minutes ago, f700es said:


LT clones are a great alternative but getting all the vertical offerings (Arch, Elec, Mech, MEP, Plant3D, Map 3D and Raster) now included in AutoCAD make a tough argument against using anything else. Maybe BricsCAD Pro might be at a better price point but familiarity might be the determining factor. It DOES have a good price but I'd have to give it a good working over to see how it works for me.

 

 

Yeah, I was just throwing it out there as a possible alternative. It would be good if muck would come back and join in the conversation at some point, so we can get some feedback and maybe more information about what his company's current situation and needs are. Otherwise, we're just talking amongst ourselves.

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There are plenty of Electrical CAD options, the OP doesn't mention exactly what is needed.

 

How many seats are needed?

 

 

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