I Need SOFTWARE!

Discussion in 'Software' started by Jezzza777, Jan 26, 2010.

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  1. Jezzza777

    Jezzza777 Previous Member

    I need a very good boat designing disk

    Plz help

    Thank you
     
  2. Obsession
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  3. zeroname
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    zeroname Naval Architect

    disk for software or books :/ or just a spam
     
  4. Jezzza777

    Jezzza777 Previous Member

    software
     
  5. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Cybertron should be packed with software one might assume?
     
  6. sorenfdk
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    sorenfdk Yacht Designer

    I have yet to see a disk that can design boats...
     
  7. Jezzza777

    Jezzza777 Previous Member

    I don't have one yet
     
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  9. Jezzza777

    Jezzza777 Previous Member

    I Need SOFTWARE !!!!!

    hi, i need software to build a cruise boat plz can you help

    Thanks:) :)
     
  10. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Me too!

    Freeware of course!
     
  11. valber
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    valber Naval Architect

    To build cruise boat you don't need software at all. You need good design, good boatbuilder and plenty of money...:)
     
  12. nukisen
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    nukisen Senior Member

    Freeware I do prefere freeship 2.6 An awsome freeware program. And I also hope that the man behind do earn as much money as he deserve for helped many of us to understand the hydrodynamic and statics.
    For further 3d-modelling you can use Google Sketchup 7 not the latest as they have disadded the dxf import tool.
    And you are able to use this freeware as long as you don´t use it for commersial use

    If you are planning to buy a software then I bet you find this if you searching around in this forum.

    Good Luck!
    Janne
     
  13. magwas
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    magwas Senior Member

    I have found FreeShip a very convenient, open source boat design software.
    Actually I have found it the most easy 3D modelling tool, so I am designing my house with it right now. Its wetted surface area is 1001.8 m^2 :)
    Of course I won't know more about boat design just because I have the software, or subscribed to this forum.
     
  14. nukisen
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    nukisen Senior Member

    Hahahaha:p
    Actually loved this post! hahaha

    Maybe you should take a look at Sketchup also. You are able to export your house in freeship to dxf. And with the older version you are even able to import it to Sketchup. Inside Sketchup you are able to make meassurements and so on.

    Though you will lost the hydrodynamics of your house.:p
    Hahahah I loved this.
     

  15. magwas
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    magwas Senior Member

    No. thanks.
    - I make a point in using only Open Source software
    - I find FreeShip very convenient and easy to use. I have and tried some heavy duty 3D modelers (like Blender, the pro movie/game renderer or BRLCAD used by US army), but I have found FreeShip the most easy to use.
     
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