3rd PlanIt v8.06.003 | 77.28 MB
The Premier Track Planning Tool for All Scales
Version 8 offers you unparalleled design capabilities for your railroad layout. Built on a strong, innovative set of design tools, the new 3D terrain and landscape features let you really visualize your layout like never before. Its powerful Dynamic Design Tools let you quickly build precise track of any design. And a comprehensive suite of 3D Object Design Tools let you craft buildings, rolling stock, equipment, automobiles, cranes, boats and just about anything you can imagine.
High-speed, textured, 3D rendering brings life to your track plan. You can position your viewpoint at any location to evaluate your design. And when you're done, you can print 1:1 Cross-Sections so you can cut bulkheads for the terrain you've designed. 3rd PlanIt is a complete package, from CAD design, to simulation, to aids for building your design.
Take a tour through Gerry Baldwin's HO layout, complete with backdrop, tunnels, rolling stock, terrain and buildings. He's even entered his layout room in detail, complete with desk and chair, carpeting and transparent windows, With 3rd PlanIt, you can plan your layout to whatever level of detail you like!
The Standard Library with Automatic Rescaling makes all objects available in all scales so you can easily place buildings and rolling stock in any scale drawing. This allows you to easily use buildings designed for another scale in your track plan as placeholders, or templates for scratchbuilding.
Other recent additions allow you to rotate, tilt and roll objects around their centers. The new Multi-Sense User Interface offers every user a work environment they find preferable. If you're a user of AutoCAD* or another program with a "Click-Move-Click" interface, you'll be right at home on this new version of 3rd PlanIt. In its standard mode, you can free intermix "Press-Move- Release" control with "Click-Move-Click". Or, you can set the program to use only a single interface style, optimized for familiarity and convenience.
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