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I have to make some 3d expo booth designs. I worked with 3D Max before but I am not sure if that's the right tool for this kind of thing. Also I was not very good at it.

Some examples:

http://i1187.photobucket.com/albums/z399/occultsearcher/sxchange/stand2.jpg

http://i1187.photobucket.com/albums/z399/occultsearcher/sxchange/stand4.jpg

Is there a good and easy software for this kind of 3D design? Where can I find library resources for this kind of things?

Bonus points if the software is open source or freeware!

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I think SketchUp would be a very good fit for this. It is very beginner friendly and the basic version is free.

A really handy feature that would be a benefit for this specifically is the prefab library that's included

Egg Chair Prefab

You won't have to spend hours modelling a chair/counter/whatever if you can find something close enough in the 3D warehouse.

The built in rendering isn't anything to write home about, but there are many plugins available to produce a much more polished look

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Using "3ds Max" will be more helpful for you but you have to learn using Max by youtube or any professional course

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Can you please give some hints or is there an tutorial for "3ds Max" (link?)? BTW: Welcome to GD.SE! –  Kurt 2 days ago

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