I´m new here, and i have to ask, why dont you have an AutoCAD ecscad-Forum here?
Because electrical and ecscad are different programs.
ecscad is not officially sold or supported in the U.S. I provide training and implementation support for ecscad to assist customers who happen to have acquired it via other means, like a parent company in Europe. I've used it since its DOS and Unix days before it was ported over to AutoCAD.
and whats the mather for a separte for ecscad people's?? All other Ideas make no sense to me!
Otherwise have to life longer without so many adsk feedback in this one: http://goo.gl/eFyub
e good week start for all D-A-CH Electrical Engineeris too
I don't think there is a Specific Ecscad Forum yet.
That said there is a blog page http://autodesk.typepad.com/systemsdesign/autocad-
That you can post on and ask questions.
We will have to wait and see if a new forum is created.
... and here we can find also some things,
but whats the matter to become a own forum for ecscad?
Both ACADE and ecscad are developed by the same product line group, and while different products, the industries are the same, so for the immediate future, I recommend that we use this forum to engage in discussions for both products. We can reevaluate that as we see the ecscad volume.
Putting ecscad in the subject line will make it easier to filter. Of course the German site that Rene pointed out looks like a good place to go for German speaking customers too.
The Market, Industries, Requirements AND the custommers are frequently slightly different ;-)
However, thanks for your responding and of corse we will give again a chance for that...
Otherwise the ecscad Users will still be active on cad.de.
Where they can get aslo a attraktv overview and lot of news of market enviroment like dassault, PTC , solid
All Autodesk products have an own discussion group. Only AutoCAD ecscad not. Why? Is AutoCAD ecscad inferior to AutoCAD Electrical?
By the way: no AutoCAD ecscad on autodesk.com. Why?
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