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    Has anyone purchased or used this software?
    Is it compatible with Autodest Revit?
    What is the price?
    Were you happy with the product?

    Thank you all!

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    Never baffled by the Scaffold

    just them guys who erected it.

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    It's ok for Estimating purposes but you still need a designer for the proper drawings with calcs. Very expensive aswell.

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    Do you know an approximate dollar amount to purchase the software?

    Thanks for the quick reply.

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    Depends how much you are adding to it. IE: Haki, Layler ect. They are a sponsers of the forum so I would advise you contact them directly.

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    I have had a few of their products for quite a while now. Not the most expensive thing when you consider the hassle you have to go through to prove compliance and has impressed a few PC. I don't use it to it's fullest potential but still think it's a great piece of kit and it is going to really come into it's own when the new revision tg20 comes out.

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    Thank you! Where is Argyll? I'm not familiar with the meaning of PC.

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    We've had it on board for a couple of years now and as AOM was saying it's impressed more than a few of our customers. It's not the cheapest piece of kit but it does give your company a professional look with the drawings and TG 20 reports. Again I probably don't use it to it's full potential but on the whole am more than happy with it.

    Find me here www.jrscaffolding.co.uk
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverBaffledByScaffold View Post
    Thank you! Where is Argyll? I'm not familiar with the meaning of PC.
    Argyll is on the West coast of Scotland and PC is short for Principal Contractor.

    Get a trial run of the software, they are quite accommodating.

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    PC is principal contractor and Argyllshire is in Scotland.

    See I do know something! Ha ha

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