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Hi all :)
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Im new here and its been a good while since using a forum, hopefully your all go easy on me and thank you for letting me join.
Im looking at getting some cad design soft wear, which no doubt will mean ill need a new computer but ill tackle that another day lol. 
The short list seems to be
Articad
2020 spaces
2020 fusion
Or any recommendation?
Its going to be used for kitchen plans. I understand you pay for what you get but cheaper would be better, maybe if theres a program i could buy a basic version of then add add ons at a later date? Im new to the world of cad although iv worked from the plans for 15+ years, eaze of use would also be good. Iv seen articad used which looked a lot easier than spaces but that may have been down to the user lol.
What would be your recommendation and why? 
Thank you

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(24-06-2018, 09:03 AM)Russ Wrote: Im new here and its been a good while since using a forum, hopefully your all go easy on me and thank you for letting me join.
Im looking at getting some cad design soft wear, which no doubt will mean ill need a new computer but ill tackle that another day lol. 
The short list seems to be
Articad
2020 spaces
2020 fusion
Or any recommendation?
Its going to be used for kitchen plans. I understand you pay for what you get but cheaper would be better, maybe if theres a program i could buy a basic version of then add add ons at a later date? Im new to the world of cad although iv worked from the plans for 15+ years, eaze of use would also be good. Iv seen articad used which looked a lot easier than spaces but that may have been down to the user lol.
What would be your recommendation and why? 
Thank you
Welcome Russ

I am also looking to buy software and a laptop. I have my mind set on Articad. But I am still weighing my options. I am planning to avail trail offer before I pay. 

NexusCAD is cheapest at around £500. Besides Articad and 2020spaces you can also consider compusoft winner.
I am new to this, some senior member should be able to help you better.

regards

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