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#1 posted 03-20-2010 08:54 PM

Keep in mind that if your only doing a single kitchen, it may not be worth it to invest the time to set up the software. Of course this depends on the software, but some of them support several different construction methods, and may require a fair amount of time to learn and setup before using.

If you have the skill to build a kitchen, then you should have the skills to make a cutlist. I would recommend learning Sketchup or another CAD program, as they will give you far more flexibility when designing and building other projects.

At work, I have a set of Cabnetware CD’s on my desk, but don’t have it installed. In this economy, we don’t have the $5-$10K to upgrade it to create code for our CNC.

-- Gerry,

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