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    Engview for Point of sale Displays

    Hey Guys
    I am purchasing a Zund Sample table and the Distributor has suggested we buy Engview Designer to go along with the table, as it interfaces well with the cutting software procut.
    We will be using it mainly for Point of Sale displays so nothing is really generic style, it will be mostly custom work.
    Will be Engview handle up to 20-25 different componets in each drawing, and then will it be able to process the 3D view of it.
    Looking for any advise, issues from anyone that is well versed in the software.
    Anyone in Australia using this software?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoj View Post
    Hey Guys
    I am purchasing a Zund Sample table and the Distributor has suggested we buy Engview Designer to go along with the table, as it interfaces well with the cutting software procut.
    We will be using it mainly for Point of Sale displays so nothing is really generic style, it will be mostly custom work.
    Will be Engview handle up to 20-25 different componets in each drawing, and then will it be able to process the 3D view of it.
    Looking for any advise, issues from anyone that is well versed in the software.
    Anyone in Australia using this software?

    Thanks
    Great toys! yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoj View Post
    Hey Guys
    I am purchasing a Zund Sample table and the Distributor has suggested we buy Engview Designer to go along with the table, as it interfaces well with the cutting software procut.
    We will be using it mainly for Point of Sale displays so nothing is really generic style, it will be mostly custom work.
    Will be Engview handle up to 20-25 different componets in each drawing, and then will it be able to process the 3D view of it.
    Looking for any advise, issues from anyone that is well versed in the software.
    Anyone in Australia using this software?

    Thanks
    Great Sales

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