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Ok I`ve recently bought a copy of EasyCert so I can print cool looking certificates and it only cost £205.00 inc VAT. It does everything you would need. I used to work for a company who used Amtech but it costs upwards of £700.00 however you can use it for cable calcs; but lets be honest it aint difficult to thumb through the relevent documents and work out cable sizes and expected test results for your circuit. Just wondering if anyone else uses amtech or Easycert and their views on which is 'best'.
 
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wayne

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our co. use Amtech and often come up with strange results
 
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MRES

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Any 'back-up' copies???
Unfortunately not :eek: :D however you can get a 14 day trial from the website which is tysoft. Google easycert.
 
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snowiespark

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we just got amtech office... its a rip off if you are in the NICEIC as u have 2 buy special papers 2 print cirts on to ... there single cable thing isnt worth the money , or there pro design ... avoid i think is best word. they ok if your not in NICEIC tho as the cirts print onto plain paper and look good... cost 900 quid ex vat !!!!!!!!!!
 
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