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Carroll

10:44AM | 11/02/07
Member Since: 11/01/04
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I'm looking for a computer program that's user friendly that would allow me to design a structure ie: house that shows the framing to the end result etc. Something that would be pretty simple for a architect to know exactly what I want instead of trying to describe it on a piece of scribbled paper. I have looked high and low for such a program and could use any suggestions as to where to at least start. This program also should not cost an arm and a leg.

jaysmith

02:12PM | 01/02/08
Member Since: 01/01/08
1 lifetime posts
well there is autocad wich is a program i use and its major dollars. but truthfully the more money you spend in a program geared do designing a house the better in detail and more professional the outcome. try, Punch! -Home Design Architectural Series 4000.

jay smith

7sevenoaks

07:38AM | 01/15/08
Member Since: 01/14/08
1 lifetime posts
Could you use that program for designing cabinets for the kitchen? I have been trying to use Smart Draw and it is just too complicated with all the additional measurments etc. I need software to show my customers what the finished product will look like.

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ricola

05:19AM | 02/12/08
Member Since: 02/11/08
2 lifetime posts
Will this program generate construction quality prints and material lists? How about foundation specifications for slab on grade?
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