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    Discussion in '2D and 3D CAD general discussion forum' started by mechanicaldesign, Aug 27, 2012.

    1. mechanicaldesign

      mechanicaldesign Member

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      For my mechanical company i want 3d modeling for my project need. but i don't about 3d modeling software so which is the best in market?
       
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    3. GarethW

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      SCIYER Well-Known Member

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      It all depends on how big is your company, how many designers are actively participating in a SINGLE project, Is it a CAD conversion or an OEM etc. For me I use Pro/Engineer (Creo now) and am very happy with it.
       
    5. carezamo

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      I think the best And a little bit cheaper is solid works, but its depend on what things Will You develop?
       
    6. Nara

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      Pro/Engineer is a good one, and it is very easy to use.
       
    7. mechanicaldesign

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      Thanks for all the above discussion.
       
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      kevin136 Well-Known Member

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      That depends what kind of software you company use,and for what kind of products.I perfer Solidworks,for easy handle and cheap.
       
    9. DavidHuke

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      I used to think Pro/e was but then i woke up and found Inventor ,I cannot belive how easy and stable it is to use and hasle free modelling of and shape I want.
       
    10. syafrina

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      Solidworks is the best! Friendly user.. Even for the first time will feel it
       
    11. rohanpatkar

      rohanpatkar New Member

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      You may start with Autodesk Inventor. Although I would recommend Pro E or Catia for 3D modelling.Good Luck.:)
       

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