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I’ve downloaded this as a user of Autocad LT series, I found many CAD similarities. I found it most useful for quick drawings for one-off component manufacture. There seem to be either something I haven’t worked out or a software bug. This manifests itself when you get into tidying up drawings when erasing unwanted features or modifications to design - I can’t get back the initial tool ribbon only via using the ‘erase’ then using the back (undo) arrow. I have I missed something? I still don’t know how to move selected objects to move them to a different layer. Saving/sending files to AutoCAD LT seem problematical - I either send files to my email account, drop box or iCloud then download the attachment to load on the PC/Laptop AutoCAD software. Also had a bit of a fight with ‘fitting to paper’ when printing - but that my inexperience. Other than I like it. I’m looking forward to minor improvements, hopefully that’s not too long away. One of the main things is that it an AutoDesk product. I hope Fusion 360 will be available on the iPad Pro. One last thing - I bought my iPad Pro mainly for using it with CAD/CAM. You don’t need the expensive Apple Pencil but it helps with quick layouts. Still haven't got around the ‘Smart Pen’ facilitate on the ribbon! John H
At first glance this seemed liked a simple answer to a few of my problems, specifically digitising site plans drawn on permatrace (Old school, I know). As I rarely need anything more complicated than polylines and basic XREF tools to do this, this app seemed like a perfect fit. However, the XREF tools aren't quite up to snuff - the lack of an Align tool is particularly annoying, and the simple addition of a transparency option would be particularly helpful. Drawings beyond the most basic of shapes are often slightly more trouble than they are worth, but I'm sure with practice this would improve. As has been noted in another review, changing line types appears to be impossible, which severely restricts the usefulness of this app for my applications. As a method of viewing .dwg files, and performing some (Very) basic markup this is a perfectly functional app. As an even vaguely serious drawing tool, it's miles off the mark.
I tried this app and the free version was ok so I decided to pay for the subscription. After paying for it i tried to use it but it still had the free version at the top of the screen. I checked the subscription in my account and it was active. As i was working away from home at the time i thought it may have been because i was using mobile data and the connection was not so good. I researched the issue and got mixed information saying to get a refund from Apple and others saying to contact the developer, i chose to try and contact the developers through Facebook messenger, no response. I decided i would try again in a couple of weeks once i got home and see if a fibre connection would help the issue, it didn’t, i then decided to contact the App Store which tried to divert me to the developer, tired of that route I requested a refund, it got denied. I would rather have got the app working than get a refund but as it has never worked they have robbed me.
I used to find this app great. I have used it for factory layouts and have not had any issues. For the last few months I had been editing and improving the factory layout in .dxf format. After not using it for a few weeks opened it up and all of a sudden could not access my dxf documents. Had to get them put into dwg format and finally got it up and running again, Then to my horror, nothing works as it did. The simplest of tasks are now more complicated and can even find the tools I used to use the most. Trim, extend, line colours, etc etc all gone!!!! Why has this been changed? What if anything is better? When will we get the old functionalities back? I am really disappointed with the latest changes, if only I could step back to the old level I could at least work it. Why delete the functionality and release before making it fully functional I don’t know.
As productive as this is with pencil integration, Leica Bluetooth connectivity and a suite of tools to aid basic cad creation on the move, it’s missing some pretty basic features of 2D cad drawing packages. 3D might as well not exist in my opinion other than for viewing only. One of my major complaints is that the pencil support is a little bit laggy, particularly when using the marker to take notes and basic tools such as wall placement are missing. Leica measurements enter fairly easily but the scale doesn’t map out to mm from meters so you end up zooming pretty far in. I’d like to see a few more items fixed in order to keep my payments coming. It’s close but remains a little overpriced just now for a paid subscription.
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