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    Discussion in '2D and 3D CAD general discussion forum' started by shaikh fazal ahmed, Aug 24, 2011.

    1. shaikh fazal ahmed

      shaikh fazal ahmed New Member

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      respected sir,
      what is the use of learning all the mech software where one would work on one software
       
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    3. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Hi, I assume you mean CAD systems? If so, I don't see the point of learning ALL of them. Just learn one to begin with. The skills are transferable to another CAD system. Once you're familiar with the process of modelling it's pretty easy to learn another CAD system.
       
    4. teja

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      sir i am having doubt on loadings on shaft.which is of slag transfer car which moves on a rail
      now there is a shaft which is having two wheels and two bearings(axle box) at ends and gear box at middle
      and my doubt is where the entire body weight act and and scrap weight i should add and where reaction forces act?
      i will be glad if you reply
      thanks
       
    5. nishagg

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      If you want to be good in mechanical design, software is secondary… primary task is to learn from the things around you. Everything from a plastic bucket to vehicles around you can raise many questions in your mind. Try to find answers for those questions.

      Anyone who can find answers can be a good engineer. CAD software can be learned in a month.
      1. Cad software like solidworks catia,pro e
      2. Stimulation software like ansys no doubt it will really help you that are the mech software that you should learn
       
    6. JOverton

      JOverton New Member

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      That's actually not a great idea, if you start messing around with several software products at the same time you'll end up very confused, better to stick to one that covers everything you need for your current (or close future) projects, get good in it, and then move on to the next one, ONLY if you really need to.
      If you need help deciding between the best ones currently out there, I'll help you out, read this: http://jcadusa.com/mechanical-engineering-drawing-software/

      It's better to be great on one, than poor on all of them. Good luck!
       

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