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Warning.....BobCAD

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DXF
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Warning.....BobCAD

Postby DXF » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:17 am

If you want to be called again and again after you tell them you don't want their software.....give them your phone #. I almost hung up on them today and will do so if they ever bug me again!

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Re: Warning.....BobCAD

Postby BensPlasmaAu » Mon Mar 26, 2018 4:37 am

Yep! They sure are hard sell. I have V26 and wanted to upgrade, but they are just sooooo expensive. When I upgrade everything, I’m going to give Fusion 360 a crack. And it’s free for where I am and will be for a little bit anyway.

I do find BobCAD to be pretty easy to use for 2d drawings. I will probably keep using it for some time until my computer dies or I learn Fusion well.
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