I purchased AutoCad in 2004 at a discount because I was an educator. Recently on an Autodesk chat it was explained I could download AutoCad2016 mechanical and also Autocad 2017 Electrical. Autocad 2016 was used to draw my instrument panel. FlashCut 4.7 runs a CNC vertical mill in my shop. I purchased this from a local company that went out of business. The table cannot handle the entire panel but it can cut a 1/4 of the panel, FlashCut can import a 2D drawing saved as (filename.dxf) and create a cutter program. This allowed to create a plywood template using a router bit that was used to a template that was used to cut the panel from 0.0625 in thick 6061T6 sheet. Then the panel was cut for 1 large Ipad and a Mini Ipad, 6 electric steam gauges, 8 switches, an ELT remote, Flap trim meter, and an Alternator warning light. I also used this machine to make various smaller parts such as cover plates for service openings doublers for antennas and controls.