Quick3DPlan

Developer: Microcad Software SL

Current Version: 3.0.2

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 60.9 MB - Download

Description:

The easiest kitchen design software for professional designers. Includes a two universal cabinet catalogs, one in inches and another in centimeters.
More than four hundred units,appliances and accessories.
More than hundred materials and colors.

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Release Notes:

- Fixed an issue that caused the next cabinet after a blind corner, puts door handle wrong.
- Fixed an issue applying materials to backsplash.
- Minor fixes.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Noelguillermo

Best $209 I have ever spent - I've been a user of all the mayor kitchen design software out in the market for about 7 years. Been to shows, done trials, you name it. All of them run 2k and up, the rendering you get from this software is even better what you get from all out there. This is the best money spent so far in software. Definitely worth more when you compare to similar programs. Very well done, Thanks!

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
2/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Achilz

Needs a lot of work - I took a chance and bought this very expensive kitchen design program because it focuses exclusively on kitchens, which is all I want to do. I knew I was taking a chance, because there were no customer reviews. But, I'm about to embark on a very expensive remodeling, so really what's $300 in the grand scheme of things. That would probably pay for one light fixture in the new kitchen. So, first the good. The app does have a huge catalog of hundreds of different cabinet configurations, which is what I wanted. So, I got that and I'm happy. The interface is pretty interesting and takes some getting used to, but I was able to figure it out reasonably quickly and get started. The neatest feature is the auto-placement of new cabinets next to the one you just placed. Some of the interfaces take some getting used to, like rotating objects, making walls that are less than 90 degrees, but it's possible to do this if you figure out how. My main complaint is that the application is very unstable, and crashes frequently when flipping from 2D to 3D mode. Worse, it loses all the work like an old PC app, unless you're lucky enough to remember to open the autosave file before you try to reopen your project. This has the flavor of a PC app that was ported to Mac, rather than one that was developed in a Mac environment. It reminds me why I switched to Mac. Apart from the stability issue, there are some other shortcomings that make me feel this was not worth the high price tag. First, it is woefully inadequate on architectural details. There is a catalog of doors, and another catalog of windows. But, don't expect to do a floorplan with anything other than a standard door or window. No picture windows. No sliding doors, no ability to do a passthrough or open floorplan. If your kitchen isn't accessible through a conventional door, then you just have to imagine that wall isn't there. Other gripes are more nit picky, like dishwashers are about 2" taller than standard counter height for some reason. There is no way to do an island countertop (i.e., no overhang) so it's hard to perfectly represent an island. No 36" cooktop. These things are fairly easy to fix, and I hope they do soon, before I build my new kitchen! If I could restore the plan that I spent 4 hours on last night, maybe I'd go for 3 stars. But I think for the price this app still needs a good amount of attention to detail.

Found helpful by 14 out of 15 people