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What Software Tools are Mostly Used by Interior Design Companies in the UK?

Postby accjaza » Tue Feb 19, 2019 8:23 am

I am looking for a list of the most important software tools to learn for finding a job in an interior design company in the UK. I can already work with 3Ds Max and Vray renderer but I doubt if thats enough. what do you think?
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Simply Build It

Postby Hugh Schkok » Wed May 15, 2019 6:59 pm

It's definitely a start in the right direction. I used to use Auto Cad but it didn't take me long to find I was being ripped off. It was a package I had been taught at a university, culminating in creating an American Provincial home, an historic temple of worship and a pipe structure all in 3D and containing every detail that it took to build them. When I paid a Kings ransom for my personal package I was horrified. To cut a long story short, I tried IMSI Turbo Cad and it is the Mutts nuts, There are so many variants available and one ypou buy into it all upgrades are much cheaper than if you bought them bit by bit. They have a Help Line where you can contact them 24/7 and they do not fmuck around they just do it. I have had an upgrade from V 13 or 14 to V21 Deluxe as my help utility wasn't working. They didn't even flinch. I can produce all my drawing in just about every format from Dwg (auto Cad) to PDF, JPG to PNG. 3d and rendering is childs play and what was sometimes a separate degree course in Auto Cad is easy peasy lemon squeezy in TCadI wish I could fault it but I cant it's become a big part of my working day and one of the best moves I have ever made.

I don't work for nor in anyway related to IMSI and do not want anyone thinking I am being sponsored for their product but if you have such a great tool then share it.

PS: I never recommend anything to any one as after I have used it for sometime it goes horribly wrong and they end up sending hate mail and i reciprocate. i have had TCad for 15 years now and i think I am able to recommend it to anyone who has a use for it.


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