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Old 01-08-2019, 03:43 PM
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I've been running Mozaik for several years now. I looked at some of the Sketchup-based packages when I started, since I'm also comfortable and familiar with Sketchup, but didn't feel at the time that they were really set up for a production shop. Perhaps they're better now. Mozaik does have its quirks, but I find it quick and reasonably easy to set up most of what we do, from kitchens to built-ins to one-offs, and to generate the drawings and reports I need for customers and for the shop. There are still a few pieces of art furniture that I will set up in Sketchup rather than Mozaik, but fewer and fewer over time. Mozaik does do a pretty good job of dumping out a job to Sketchup where I can make it pretty for the customer. Since that's the only thing I do with Sketchup, the fact that changes in Sketchup don't propagate back to Mozaik is not that much of a problem.

What cabinet software you use can turn into a religious discussion. What works for you is best, I suppose. Mozaik works for me. It offers a lot of bang for the buck, has a reasonably active user forum, gets regular updates in the subscription price (3-4 major updates per year and continuous quality improvements between releases), and does things that I'd have to pay $50k+ for in other professional packages.
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