Re: CAM software
- From: "tpow" <wd40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 05:49:35 +0100
"Michael" <gailey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I've been using Bobcad since V17
I'm pretty good with v21
I can't find the time to learn my new v22
A friend of mine just bought Alibre, I can't tell what features he got in
He has done most of the demos and successfully ran them on a 3 axis cnc
router I set him up with.
Don't let the salesman bully you into anything.
They want and need your money.
I never pay the asking price at Bobcad. You might not get away with this
on the initial purchase,
but in the future, feel free to abuse your sales rep a little.
"tpow" <wd40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
is like delving into the underworld, the mafia...........when asking
searching questions even from the suppliers.
mention one particular maker and bang, you get a full load of buckshot
in the face, from someone you don't know, never seen who appears out of
the murky gloom............
If Bobcad is the answer, what was the question?
Artistic CNC Mill, Router and Engraver Programming
3D modeling for Product Design and Development
If you ask about a certain software THEN you get the full load............if
you don't then you get some reasonable responses. As in this case someone is
actually saying that a certain software is very good. As my reseller said
yesterday ALL need working with and some of the lower cost packages are very
good, I'll still not name names............I don't need that load.
Plus had I said what do we all think about *#*#*#*#*# then BANG off go the
antis who probably have never even used it. Again we only hear from 1 in a
thousand, the other 999 are having fun with it.
So please more answers.............
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