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need irrigation design software program
what's good for residential and commercial for submittals
and as-builts ?
is autocad good
can it print large blueprints and small resident as-builts
08-29-2001, 10:10 PM
Our irrigation engineer uses autocad.
08-30-2001, 06:42 AM
I use RainCAD. There is another from Eagle Point software. Although very good, AutoCAD has a huge learning curve. Less so for the others.
Largest project to date on RainCAD was an 85 acre retirement complex with about 15-20 irrigated acres and 4 wells. Base site was imported and converted from engineers AutoCAD v12 drawing.
I thought I'd set myself apart from the other contractors with it. However even though I'm in a high income area the people are generally cheap and stupid.
Needless to say I don't use it much. It did nothing for sales and added work to prepare a drawing for people who have gotten really bad about price shopping.
I also bought a program called IrriCalc from the RAinCAD people. Lets you do water cost and use projections as well as watering program for the season. Very nice, not expensive and is a stand alone product.
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