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Has anyone used Turbocad 21 Pro. I have the chance to obtain this edition of Turbocad and wanted some input before I consider getting it.

Brian

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Currently I am using TC v19 Pro.  I have previously used the v14 Deluxe and Pro.  I started with v4 (DOS based) before really getting into TC with v8.    As per daves, the Deluxe versions are more than adequate for drawing plans.  The Pro versions add the possibility for 3D modeling to a greater accuracy than Deluxe.  (That is, Pro has a lofting function, Deluxe does not.)  Earlier versions of TC are available at substantial savings and are well worth investigating.  I have not gone to v21 or TC2015 because of the cost and the lack of a perceived need to upgrade.

 

Wayne

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I use v21 Deluxe and have been impressed with it.  I tried Pro under a trial and really didn't see much difference other than if you were to do large, multiple 3D assemblies and needed to file management support.  

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