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From: email@example.com (john jardine)
Subject: Re: OT:GenericCadd replacement?
Date: 15 Oct 2002 11:43:07 -0700
NNTP-Posting-Date: 15 Oct 2002 18:43:08 GMT
Richard Lamb wrote in message news:<3DABB076.19F834F0@flash.net>...
> DesignCAD 2000
> The LT version is usually on the shelves at about $50.
> Full 3D
> I've used various versions of this program for 15 years(!)
> as a professional draftsman. The Windows mentality took
> more getting used to than anything else.
> But I won't go to anything that won't run DOS.
> Guess my next machine might be a MAC.
> (Better DOS emulation than Microsoft)
> Strange world.
> Check the "Day Dreams" button for some sample work.
> Dave Zimmerman wrote:
> > Hey Guys,
> > I've been a happy user of GenericCadd as a tool for simple mechanical
> > sketching with dimentioning, etc. Well,
> > my new machine (running NT) chokes in the DOS -mode
> > when I try to run Cadd6; so I'm looking for a newer,
> > simple mechanical package that is compatible with these
> > modern, fire-breathing monsters.
> > Any suggestions? (Shareware or purchase)
> > --davez
Pleased someone else recognises DC's worth.
Years ago I remember always being given sneers from the snotty
salesmen on the massive Autocad stands when I tried to force down
their throats a DC-Autocad comparison. Don't times change? ... How the
Just look at the competitive price the Autocads are now :-)
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