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I am looking for software that I can draw piping and valve diagrams.

Such as:

Fuel System
Oil System
Water System
Compressed Air System


I am having no luck at all
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Pay for or free software?

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Pay for or free software?
So you know of such software in both categories? See the link below for my 5 second search on Yahoo!. There are some that say "for Mac" and "free" but I didn't click on 'em.

piping software Mac - Yahoo! Search Results
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I have looked on the search engines. Not having much luck. It doesn't matter if its paid or free. 2D piping P&ID. I hear microsoft visio is good but there is no mac version.
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You can run MS Visio in either a VM or from a Boot Camp dual boot. Since VirtualBox is free, the only cost would be Visio. MS has a trial version of Visio which you can download from here. And VirtualBox VM software can be downloaded from here.
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