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With regards to BRICSCAD-SHAPE, the only downside I can see, is that there doesn’t appear to be a dedicated drawing sheet (LAYOUT) module to present ones work as a finished result after completing your drawing work. I realise it’s a free product & they want customers to progress to BricsCAD-BIM, however the step from Free to £1600 perpetual in my opinion is more of a leap that many small office users, such as myself, would find difficult in these uncertain times.
A solution in my opinion & opportunity to migrate considerable numbers of potential customers from the SU-CAMP (given their recent ceasing of the perpetual classic SU-PRO licence) & other 3D modelling programmes that doesn’t have a dedicated drawing sheet (LAYOUT) module, is for BRICSCAD-HQ to consider a new paid for LAYOUT separate programme with various import file formats. I guess this must have been considered, but perhaps downplayed as it may reduce numbers to the main paid for programme: BricsCAD-BIM. Conversely, if you have new customers using BRICSCAD SHAPE + BRICSCAD-LAYOUT, say at £300, then whatever the cost of BRICSCAD-LAYOUT, this could be discounted as a step to BricsCAD-BIM.
Just my observations & current thoughts.
In the meantime, is there a long hand way of creating drawing sheets in BRICSCAD-SHAPE ?