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  Reply # 1515774 18-Mar-2016 16:07
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@Timmay. I'll help do some basic plans to get you started. I can export them as DWG's or PDF's or whatever, which you can then edit in your software of choice later if you want to. You will have a PM shortly. 


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  Reply # 1515789 18-Mar-2016 17:14
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I'm another SketchUp user.  You can do floor plans and 3D models.

 

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  Reply # 1516074 19-Mar-2016 13:33
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@Disrespective has kindly offered to do a SketchUp model for me, from my hand drawn diagram. This is in addition to loaning me a phone for a few weeks a few years back to try out Android. I owe you two now! :-)





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  Reply # 1516105 19-Mar-2016 15:49
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I generally use Sweet Home 3d for mocking up ideas and floor plans.





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