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Recently an established furniture company the Sterling Collection was sold, as part of the new management team, I'm looking to move the company close to the 20th century by introducing design and cut list software that can interface with cad and sketch-up drawings. I'm looking for recommendations on software anyone out there have any software they like and works well
Cutlist Plus is spendy but has a good reputation. Fully integrated with Sketchup. Not sure how it plays with other CAD software.
Thanks Mark B I will look in to it.
As per my suggestion, you can try Lumion. It is used by most of the architects today. It is compatible with almost all 3D design software tools and using it you can easily import SketchUp files.
There are three major softwares SolidWorks, AutoCAD, and Inventor mostly used for furniture designing and modeling which rules the industry. From the viewpoint of furniture drawings, drafting, and modeling, each one has its advantages and disadvantages.