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Post Wed May 03, 2006 12:56 pm

Need to find a program to design a room

Im need one of those programs where you can design a room, house, etc. My ex gf had one where you designed a house and could put in the dimensions of each wall and then put in furniture and such. Basically I am getting a new lab and I took measurements of everything in the room and want to transfer that information to some sort of program where I can see what the room looks like and how much room I will have to place equipment. Even if it is something crude where I can just draw a box that would represent specific measurements and move items around the room, I just need it to scale. Even a PC program will do. Anybody know of anything like that?
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 2:17 pm

just go on lime wire if you got it and type in like design a room but put in on the program area one should come up
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 2:55 pm

Don't use Limewire, that will give you virus. Just try and google it.
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 2:56 pm

Jesus there are so many. Has anyone used any of these? I need to not only put in the dimensions of the room but I would like to also put in objects and move them around to see how to best fit everything in. For example I have a centrifuge that is 2"4"x2'8" I would like to be able to make an object with those dimensions and drag it around and drop it on a couner and be able to move it later if I want. What program would let me do that?
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 2:56 pm

yea, well if its an exe file don't use limewire.
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 3:01 pm

Yeah well sometimes it doesnt matter if its exe. Most of the programs on there can be zip files and can contain a virus
or trojan. Believe me I got one before.
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 4:39 pm

i got a trojan from limewire... (then i had to pay a guy almost 200 dollars for him to hit 3 buttons on my keyboard to fix it, he did it in like a split second and it went away...) yea use google...
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 5:12 pm

any autocad program there use to be something called home design 2000 it was pretty good
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Post Wed May 03, 2006 7:44 pm

get autocad 2006, thats a good program
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Post Thu May 04, 2006 12:13 am

StK PYRO wrote:i got a trojan from limewire... (then i had to pay a guy almost 200 dollars for him to hit 3 buttons on my keyboard to fix it, he did it in like a split second and it went away...) yea use google...

You are lucky he didn't have to hit a few more buttons or you would have been broke! LOL! I couldn't resist!!
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Post Thu May 04, 2006 2:23 am

Danopoly wrote:get autocad 2006, thats a good program

Yeah, I use that in my tech drawing class at school.
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Post Thu May 04, 2006 5:08 am

Holy crap Autocad is over $1,000!!! My job wont pay for that. I just need something simple not 3-D and affordable. Since this is going on the computer on the hospital/university network I can't use means such as torrents to obtain it either. They will buy it for me if the price is reasonable but I would like to get something cheap and soon. I dont feel like resorting to graph paper and scissors.
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Post Thu May 04, 2006 5:14 am

Necrophiliac wrote:Holy crap Autocad is over $1,000!!! My job wont pay for that. I just need something simple not 3-D and affordable. Since this is going on the computer on the hospital/university network I can't use means such as torrents to obtain it either. They will buy it for me if the price is reasonable but I would like to get something cheap and soon. I dont feel like resorting to graph paper and scissors.


Wow, I didnt think auto cad was that much...Well, I dont know, can you just download it from limewire
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Post Thu May 04, 2006 11:57 am

Necrophiliac wrote:Since this is going on the computer on the hospital/university network I can't use means such as torrents to obtain it either.

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