Welcome to 3DCADForums

Join our CAD community forums where over 25,000 users interact to solve day to day problems and share ideas. We encourage you to visit, invite you to participate and look forward to your input and opinions. Acrobat 3D, AutoCAD, Catia, Inventor, IronCAD, Creo, Pro/ENGINEER, Solid Edge, SolidWorks, and others.

Register Log in

Which software do you use for CAD Design?


New member
Hi Guys,

There are softwares like SketchUp Pro, AutoCAD, CATIA V5 and SolidWorks. I recommend you to use AutoCad as it is easy for beginners to learn.

Thanks & Regards
Cad Design Service
Roger King


New member
I mostly preferred Autodesk for CAD design. We have most of the projects related to woodwork design and this software makes the design process for wood furniture simpler and more powerful whether it is for cabinet design or joinery design, etc.
Last edited:


New member
I regularly used Autocad, Catia & UniGraphics Designing Tools for 3D and AutoCAD for my simple 2D drawing. I think I'm conservative with the tools I use, but they're good, that's the reality.
As there are many Softwares available in the market that deliver the CAd drafting and rendering projects. But as per my opinion, you can use Autodesk and Revit software that rendering High-quality output with perfection and easy to use, If you are looking for Outsourcing CAD Drafting Services than We specialize in delivering outsource 2D CAD drafting services, 3D CAD design, and BIM modeling services at an affordable cost for quick problem solving and efficient decision-making processes with cutting-edge technology.