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Re: convert drafix .cad

12-06-2009 02:26 AM in reply to: r.piras

If you are talking about copy from drafix tot autocad R14. Do you meen that you can stil work whit drafix 2.1, open the file and copy it in to autocad?
My problem is that I have a vista or windows sytem and I can't instaal the sooftware;

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Re: convert drafix .cad

05-02-2010 03:53 AM in reply to: r.piras
Dear Mark,

As I seen " http://discussion.autodesk.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=333785&tstart=0 " you want to share quickCad progam.

I have same DRAFIX cad file I can not open.

If you send me mentioned program as RAR or ZIP copy to me , I will be glad to you.

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Re: convert drafix .cad

02-21-2012 05:55 PM in reply to: GUNTAKEIN

I am looking for a copy of Drafix Professional CAD v3.02.  If anyone has one, please let me know - I'm sure we can work something out.

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Re: convert drafix .cad

04-25-2013 01:13 PM in reply to: r.piras

I also have hundreds of old drafix quickcad 3.02 (9/22/95) files.  I have been playing with Turbocad designer 2d.  So far the files I have tried to convert work in six different formats.


The drafix will work with windows xp and lower without any problems.  I just upgraded most of my computers to windows 7 able to run XP mode.  I know some of you have had some luck using the program however, what about when its time to upgrade windows again.....  Drafix will be a dead program!


Now for the question.....


What newer program(s) can be used to convert the old files??  Programs that will work on windows 7,8,9,10+


I have, but not tried; autocad lt 2000, 2002, autocad 14, autodesk aec pro suite....


DAMMMMMM, quickcad was/is soooooo easy to use!



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