Useful CAD software?

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    Andrew Haen
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    At my internship, I used AutoCAD for floor plans and designing tools for operators (such as wrenches), but I found the tool design was more challenging on AutoCAD since its main use is for 2-D. 3-D is possible, but it isn’t ideal. As others have stated, SolidWorks seems to be very useful for these types of designs.

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    Yogini
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    I have been working in Dassault Systemes for past three years. I must say that both SoliWorks and CATIA are very good tools that you can use for designing.

    You can login to ACADEMY.3DS and register as student. You will then be able to access the 3DEXPERIENCE platform and academia free licence to use and practice on the Dassault softwares.

    You can also access the study material from two learning centers named Companion Learning Space and PLEXP i.e. Peer Learning Experience.

    I hope it helps. 🙂

     

     

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