Has anyone used both programs enough to give any opinions. I own Designcad
and I'm pretty happy with it, but I would like to have Associative
dimensioning - the capability that dimensions automatically re-adjust when
you resize an object. Turbocad has this capability but its a bit
overwhelming to learn. The sales people say its more of a professional
grade program and I will have a much steeper learning curve. I'm willing to
go through that if it will result in the same capabilities of DesignCad with
associative dimensioning. I really, really like the 3D modeling capability
in Designcad and assume that Turbocad can so just as well.
I have not used Designcad but have looked at it. I have been using Turbocad
Pro since version 6 (now on 11). There is no comparison as I see it.
Turbocad is the clear winner in features and capability (as it should be
considering the $800.00 price difference).
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