I've noticed a number of discussions about CAD programs in the past. I
recently "found" a very inexpensive basic CAD program ($25) that does a
great basic job of allowing the user to create nice, effective working
drawings (I was a draftsman when they still used pencils and real ink). I
don't recall it being mentioned before (or I simply don't remember).
There's a free trial version that you can download and try out before you
decide to get the fully implemented version. I've been using it for a few
months now, and I like it. Here's the link in case anybody's interested.
You can do quite a bit with the lite version... One guy drew out a city
map with it. The free version is worth the money, and the license
agreement is the best I've seen short of free software: You can install
as many copies as you want on as many computers as you wish provided you
don't use more copies at a time than you have licenses for.
Old computers are getting to be a lost art. Here at Uncreative Labs, we
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