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Delta Cad

Discussion in 'DRAWING, LAYOUT & CAD' started by Rockytime, Mar 9, 2017.

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    Rockytime United States Active User H-M Supporter-Premium

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    Anyone here using it?
     
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    I used it a few years back and liked it. Not sure what version it was but wasn't able to load it on a W8 machine. With so many free CAD programs available I couldn't justify buying a more current version.

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    Hi Tom, I also have a old version that does not work on W10. I have loaded a couple of freebee cads but they seem much more difficult than the old Delta Cad. I'm thinking of purchasing the current version. It is not expensive. $39 or $59 or so. I am too old to learn anything too difficult. Relearning the new version should be easy enough.

    Thanks, Les
     
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    Or you can try e-machineshop. It's free and works great for most 2D and 2.5D drawings I do. You can also create 3D models but can't export the 3D parameters.

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    Hi Tom, Thanks for your reply. I took a look at emachineshop's web site and also some reviews. It seems to be not too intuitive. I guess I'll use the free Delta CAD until it expires in 45 days and then order the latest version. Thanks again.

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