What Track Planning Software Do You Use?
modelbob said:...I also use Cadrail. In fact, I've used it a couple of times to do some full scale track planning, along with Turbocad Pro.
kenw said:Actually I know several who have used AutoCad, but they were already proficient at it.
Me too...CBCNSfan pointed it out and I downloaded it. I'm not planning on building a layout anytime soon, but I thought it would be interesting to play around with.JeffShultz said:Since it just went open source, I'll be trying to figure out XTrkCAD...
RCH said:And turnouts are pretty easy to draw - a no. 6 is a 6:1 deflection, so that's really easy to do.
I've had an original copy of 3rd planit given to me, (along with Lic#). The original owner decided he didn't want it and let me have it. Good program, just never could get the hang of it.
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