trial autosketch

Discussion in 'AutoSketch' started by daveco, Dec 10, 2004.

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    daveco Guest

    Is there a place to download a trial version of autosketch? Thanks
     
    daveco, Dec 10, 2004
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    Harvey Guest

    No there isn't. You should ask any specific questions about it here, and watch the
    responses. A trial version of a relatively simple cad program such as this,
    wouldn't make any sense. You wouldn't get to see how it really works. And the cost
    is minimal to begin with.

    If this is your first cad program, you can't really go wrong.
     
    Harvey, Dec 10, 2004
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    Danizwhoiam Guest

    I'm with Dave on this one, I wish there was one. Even if it was only for a couple days (a 72 hour or one week would be fine) it would be nice to assess if the upgrade's are worthwhile. I'm currently using v.8 and am not sure if it's worth it to upgrade to 9. If they had some way i could test it out and i found the "improved" symbols and such to be worthwhile, Autodesk would be up another buck.
    However, I do understand where there isn't, since it is entry-level software. *shrug*

    Anyway, Dave, maybe you can find an older version used or something for short money to decide. If you think you can work without a command line, it's really not a half-bad piece of software. 4 stars in my value for price category.
     
    Danizwhoiam, Jan 10, 2005
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    Mark Shrive Guest

    Hi,

    Excuse me being cynical but... maybe the upgrade isn't worthwhile? So Adesk
    wouldn't earn anything, and Adesk know it!

    Mark

    a couple days (a 72 hour or one week would be fine) it would be nice to
    assess if the upgrade's are worthwhile. I'm currently using v.8 and am not
    sure if it's worth it to upgrade to 9. If they had some way i could test it
    out and i found the "improved" symbols and such to be worthwhile, Autodesk
    would be up another buck.
    short money to decide. If you think you can work without a command line,
    it's really not a half-bad piece of software. 4 stars in my value for price
    category.
     
    Mark Shrive, Jan 14, 2005
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  5. I'm actually surprised they don't have any trial download.
    I have been using TurboCad for a couple of years now (for my hobby), and
    am now considering upgrading to a later version, then someone suggested
    me to take a look at AutoSketch, but how can I know if I will like it or
    not?, According to their own add of course it's the best thing out there
    for the price, but I think $120 for an app you can't try before you buy
    is a bit expensive. I haven't checked whether they have a 30 days money
    back guarentee or not, but I sure would like to play with it for a
    weekend before I decide.


    Jesper
     
    Jesper Kristiansen, Feb 10, 2005
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