Cabinet Drawing Software Helps in Shop

Cabinet Drawing Software Upgrades The cabinet drawing software of  SketchList 3D now supports new capabilities that make your drawings more attractive.   True black and white line drawings with the wire frame function.  If you missed the post on wire frames – CLICK HERE.  Two advantages of the black and white lines are a. you Read More

Woodworking Drawings – Wire frames make them clear

One important output of design software are woodworking drawings. Woodworking drawings are necessary to take your project concepts and specifications and move them through the shop.  As a solid modeling design tool  SketchList 3D works with three dimensional virtual boards. This enables you you see what you are designing – it’s shape, it’s size, and Read More

How SketchList 3D Home Design Software Saves You Time

The days of pencil and paper drawings are over. There are growing demands for high-quality 3D images, quick and easy report generation and the ability to easily modify 3D designs. SketchList 3D is leading the charge with our innovative 3d home design software. With the increasing need for high-quality 3D images, automatic report generation and Read More

Cabinet design software – detailed corners with contours

Cabinet design software – mitered corners and contours A user emailed me about a problem using our cabinet design software in his project. It’s a great example of clear communication – to the point with a screen shot to show the issue.  I sent back a solution and will now make a video to discuss Read More

Custom Cabinet Software – Intro to SketchList 3D

Custom Cabinet Software in a few simple steps I used to train people who wanted every last detail – all the bits.  More and more I train professionals who want to get started now.  They are willing, at least at first, to gloss over the details when starting SketchList 3D.  They want a 3D image, Read More

Woodworking Design Comments

Woodworking Comments from Terry “I’ve been using SketchList for a VERY short time, less than a month. I have some experience with 2D drawing from working 35 years as engineer, but I do have some wood working experience, about 50 years. But I’m far from being a journeyman. Now that I’m retired I’m working on Read More