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Old 01-24-2022, 10:14 AM
JBFab JBFab is offline
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I don't use any of the listed software in my day job - it's a ridiculously expensive niche software.

That said I use AutoCAD both to supplement my day job and for home projects. I've played with fusion 360, but I'm far from good at it. Alternatives to AutoCAD that I use are ProgeCAD and DraftSight. Both use similar commands and can read/write dxf/dwg files and are likely a bit cheaper that AutoCAD. Everything I do at work is 3D modeling, for home projects, I simply don't have a need. I do everything in 2D at home.
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