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    HI,

    Do you know of some very useful cabinet design software? I mean i can draw it easily in Sketchup or NX, but what about some dedicated software that speeds the process and has some integrated automation and may be advanced calculation features? May be even for free or not very expensive?

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    Do you mean kitchen type cabinets or fine hardwood furniture cabinets ?
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    I mean more- composite boards , so that would be kitchen style i think. Should be able to design wardrobes though. And if can spit the resulting boards on a plane would be ideal.

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    Thanks Eddy,

    The mosaik is something what i could be after, but the price is not for me /150 per month/ . I found http://wooddesigner.org/polyboard-software/ and seems that the software could be for free and if i need the plans and cut files and so, for a specific project , then a pro revises my job and they give me the job plans for ~100gbp. Quite reasonable in fact.

    I will try this and that from your second link, thanks!

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    I didn't notice it was 150 per month, thought it was 150 to buy, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ger21 View Post
    That's an excellent program for the money, very simple and quick.

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    Writing my own cabinet program is on my list of things to do, but it'll probably be a dozen years before I have time to get to it.
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    I found that one for 65 USD, a bit clumsy and oldfashioned but does the job http://www.cabinetplanner.com/
    I am testing it from yesterday and seems quite right for me. For the price is no brainer

    The second choice would be the Polyboard, register, download the free version and when needed pay 15GBp for the plans for the CNC job.

    Still when have time have to test the Polyboard and the Cabinetpartspro.

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