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    Design Programs

    Which is more commonly used in industry:

    - Autodesk Inventor
    - Solidworks

    I have used both at University level but would like to know
    which one is more commonly used in industry

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    From experience, I'd say Solidworks is probably the most common. It also depends on the industry sector, I suppose, as to which package performs the best for the task at hand.

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    In my travels - Solid Works seems to rule though long time ago AutoCad ruled in small business.
    Last edited by Kelly Bramble; 04-03-2014 at 08:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danus91 View Post
    Which is more commonly used in industry:

    - Autodesk Inventor
    - Solidworks

    I have used both at University level but would like to know
    which one is more commonly used in industry
    Its based up on the industry most of them uses Solidworks

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    From a good experience, I'd say Solidworks is the most common. It also depends on the industry sector in which you want to work.

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    Small-sized even medium-size companies- Solidworks
    Medium-size, Big corporations - PTC Creo

    I used PTC Creo since College years and is all around package unlike solidworks.

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    Both of them are most usage. But according to your needs your can try.

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    From the experience, I think Autodesk fusion360 is now replacing Solidworks as it is having mare advanced features and cloud storage.

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    I think most of the industries are using solidworks. But it could be vary based on industry.

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