Spring Specials @ TurboCAD Africa

Dear TurboCAD See below for TurboCAD Spring Specials on Software and Training and a chance to tell your TurboCAD Story
TurboCAD Spring Specials

Training Specials

Pretoria, Erasmusrand

2D: 18 – 20 Sept. 2017 @ R2 999 Register now

 3D: 21 – 22 Sept. 2017 @ R2 999 Register now

 Click here for our full training schedule

  Including Advanced courses and Cape Town Training.

Contact 086 100 1277 / info@turbocad.co.za with ref. SPR17 to book your seat. 

Software Specials

Pro Platinum 2017

R17 199 (You Save R3 050)


Expert 2017 R5 799 (You Save R951) Ref. SPR-EXP
  Deluxe 2017 R1 699 (You Save R326) Ref. SPR-DLX  

Contact 086 100 1277 / info@turbocad with the product reference number to order now.

These specials are valid until 30 Sept. 2017

Share your TurboCAD Story

TurbCAD Africa has a new home – www.turbocad.co.za. We would love to hear from you! Share your unique story with us on how TurboCAD makes your life easier.


Include one of your drawings with a short description on how it was done.


Please email your story and/or images or videos of your design to info@turbocad.co.za. We will post it on our website and social media. We will also send you a link to share the post on your social media accounts.   Read Stefan Janse van Rensburg and Emile Nel’s story of how they designed and 3D printed parts for a 1950 Fiat 500 car:

Something old, something new.

Some time ago a mutual friend of ours who is a fanatic car restorer, complained that he was unable to find an “air vent” for his 1950’s Fiat 500 car under restoration. We suggested to him that for an interim measure the broken air vent could be replaced with 3D printed replacement elements until such time an original part/s could be found.

The existing air vent were measured and then modelled in 3D using TurboCAD 2016 Pro Platinum. With a few minor adjustments to the original design (to make provision for 3D printing) a whole new set of parts were printed. Once fitted it worked better than the original part.

Here is the models used for 3D printing.

Stefan Janse van Rensburg and Emile Nel (TurboCAD users)