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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by cjs9271, Feb 4, 2013.
Trying to find a good user friendly design software. Any recommendations?
Irrigation F/X is what we are using now. It depends on how far you plan to go with design work, but IMO opinion it is best to use AutoCAD based software.
I have been trying the RainCAD trial version. Do you know how it compares to irrigationfx ?
i prefer doing my own design
anyone ever use a program called Vectorworks? Our Landscape designer uses it for his work, as it links in with our main computer program, Asset. He says it has an irrigation layer too, I just have not had the time to take a look
Are you using RainCAD or Pro Contractor Studio? If you are using RainCAD, then I assume it is close to Irrigation F/X.
I ran PCS for awhile, but went with F/X to be able to work directly with dwg. files and for their excellent support.
I also went that route because several of the local guys using it highly recommended F/X.