I am interested in using this software to do Layout Plant for a factory.
Would this be able to handle it?
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Hello Simonyee: With a Lot of work you could probably do a blue print in CorelDraw, But a "CAD" program is what you would probably want for doing a real good job. There is a lot of thing's to know a bout drawing plains for a building ( Codes, location laws, ect. ) but for a genral layout drawing I think you could use Draw for a drawing of something.
My Thoughts George
It would be much easier to do it with a program like AutoCad.
Here is a link to a free trial of AutoCad.
edited to make the link work
Using CorelDRAW v9, I've done two complete Plant layouts including mylar overlays for safety equipment, eyewash stations, gas lines, etc.
So it worked for me twice in an older version even. Some of the same layout work was used to produce onsite signage as well.
how I get templates for the machinery like steam, tanks etc.