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I'am looking to get an autocad program, mostly for house design, and custom cabinetry. Right now I only have software from punch home design, I feel this program is very limited. Also what would be the best way to learn how to use these program's, I would prefer to do it at home, on my own time, with possibly attending some night classes or the odd weekend. :D
 

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That is some very good advice.

I agree. :Thumbs:
 

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Thanx I checked out the website that software looks like something worth checking out, do you know any contractors that use this program? what kind of projects do they do with it?
 

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I know a ton of home builders use it.

If you really want to check out a great software package.

Check ArchiCad9.

It is becoming more popular worldwide for being the best.
 

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The learning curve is pretty long so if you want to get into ArchiCad pm me and I will show you some of the work it can produce.

Its not easy but as a bim software it is the next generation.
 
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