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If you're looking for a PowerCADD Guru or WildTOOLs Guru you're in the right place Our PowerCADD Guru section contains content on what we consider to be the best 2D design and drafting product available on the Macintosh. What you'll find here isn't available any place else on the web and is based on over two decades of real world design and product use with the Macintosh and PowerCADD. Being part of the Alpha and Beta testing process for this release (and previous ones for almost two decades), also gives us important insights about the product and how new features are integrated into the design and production process.
caddpower.com is pleased to offer a variety of PowerCADD Graphics Libraries for online distribution. Please take a moment to read this file, it provides an overview of important information designed to help you get the most out of these Libraries.
What do the Libraries "Do" ?
Each component in a Library is a Time Machine.
About WidTOOLs Guru Content
If you're looking for a WildTOOLs Guru you're in the right place Our WildTOOLs Guru section contains content on what we consider to be an excellent third party plug-in that runs inside of PowerCADD.
Developer (United States): WildTOOLs is authored by Alfred Scott and is available through these channels:
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