SketchList 3D Furniture Design Software Released For The Macintosh
06/15/2012

Furniture design software package used to create 3D designs of furniture, cabinets, and other woodworking projects is now available on the Macintosh computer. For more information go to www.sketchlist.com/mac

Online PR News – 15-June-2012 – Milton, MA – Designed to make 3D woodworking design and drawing easy, SketchList 3D furniture design software is now available for the Macintosh computer. SketchList 3D integrates woodworking methods to the design process so common steps – like creating joinery or adding holes – are accomplished with just a few mouse clicks. This full functionality is available to users of Macintosh computers.

This woodwork design software lets users design complex projects by placing virtual 3D boards on the screen of their Macintosh. It offers a very short learning curve. Output includes photo quality 3D images, parts lists, cutting diagrams, and dimensioned shop drawings. Hobbyists, furniture artists, cabinet makers, factories, home builders, and remodeling businesses use this woodworking design software. SketchList 3D quickly creates photo like 3D renderings that prospective clients demand in proposals. The ability to quickly develop high quality 3D images specifically for woodworking is allowing people with even modest computer skills to use this software to improve their competitive advantage.

Used worldwide since its release on the PC in 2006, the furniture making software supports both the Imperial and Metric measurement systems.

One user wrote in to tell us about his experience with SketchList 3D. Dan Longiaru runs fine cabinetry businesses in New York and Florida. Using SketchList 3D as cabinet design software, he said “I used your software to design a wall unit for one of my clients. They were absolutely blown away by the 3D renderings. Up to now we've done everything with pen and paper. I was blown away by the fact that using your software allowed me to have a detailed technical discussion with the clients about their requirements, something which, until now, I left to my partner who is the carpenter side of the business. I'm sales, marketing and the back office side.”

Another user added ”As a user of other top end 3D applications I was looking for something quicker, not nearly as complicated and I wanted something that gave me a parts list, shop drawings and more without having to work at it.  I came across SketchList on the Woodweb site.  It is extremely easy to learn, less than a day for me, and easy to use.  Hugely useful for showing clients architecture from the top down.”

Pricing and system requirements may be found at www.sketchlist.com.

SketchList Incorporated is located in Milton MA. Dave Rozewski developed the program. He can be reached at 617-438-6612 9 to 5 EST, or send an email to info@sketchlist.com.

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