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jahnavi

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2D and 3D Software
« on: October 28, 2017, 09:21:24 AM »
Good Evening!
                            Hi, ActCAD is based on IntelliCAD 8.4a and 3D ACIS Technology. It is a 2D Drafting and 3D Modeling CAD software.All codes and technology used are 100% genuine and legal. ActCAD costs only a fraction of the cost compared to other Professional Grade CAD Software available in the market.ActCAD licenses are Globally valid and Self-License Transfer is possible from one computer to another with no limitation. Giving best technical support with free of cost.

https://actcad.com/download-actcad-intellicad-software.php?esa=fEN7oXjPzOMB48ypzT-PloNpmuRyVGyzfFa64jzPj1A
Click on the download link you can see our software and use 15 days trial.

Master_Shake

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Re: 2D and 3D Software
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2017, 12:43:59 PM »
No

simoncowell

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Re: 2D and 3D Software
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2019, 06:24:52 AM »
Best 2D & 3D CAD Software in 2019

Zee Firr

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Re: 2D and 3D Software
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2020, 06:47:42 PM »
Good Evening!
                            Hi as somebody wrote, ActCAD 2020 is based on the latest IntelliCAD 9.2a and 3D ACIS technology. It is a modern CAD software for creating 2D drawings and 3D modeling. This is genuine and legal software. ActCAD is cheap compared to other CAD programs and offers the same functions. Yes, it provides nice tech support for free.
More at https://actcad.pl
You can use the 15-day trial version. :-D

Zee Firr

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Re: 2D and 3D Software
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2020, 06:50:05 PM »
Best software in 2020 - Go to https://actcad.pl web site.

Rustabout

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Re: 2D and 3D Software
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2020, 11:11:39 AM »
It's nice to see some genuine, unbiased software reviews ;-)

Pass this along to your marketing team: A 15 day trial is absolutely not enough time to assess the viability of a software program. Rhino3d's popularity is partly due to their generous 90-day free trial. Most software packages offer 30 day free trials (even that's not enough time, but reasonable at least). BricsCAD is 30 days but they might extend that a month (to 60 days). Remember that the people trying out the software have other priorities. They will likely be testing the software in the evenings after their 8 hour work days. The free trial holder often takes on a role of a temporary 'beta tester', so even if the trial is 'free', I think the trial license holder is doing the developer a favour. With most 'not AutoCAD' programs, felt like I was doing a lot of the work that should have been done by beta testers. To summarize: increase your free trial's length.

Pro-tip: Don't have developers dictate your program's marketing strategies/direction. You need feedback from people who do actual production work to help assess the value of a given software package.