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Re: Re: Pro to SolidWorks


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Posted by Susan Ray (155.229.80.7) on November 04, 2002 at 15:09:01:

In Reply to: Re: Pro to SolidWorks posted by Serdar Yorulmaz on September 24, 2002 at 12:21:20:

: Hello Cynthia,
: As an advanced CAD user, I would suggest you to decide what you use the CAD for. After your decision there are many fast efficient programs in the market. I suppose you are a mechanical engineer because you use Pro. I would suggest you to have a check on AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop too.. It has a very powerful component library that you can create parts or even any kind of shaft, column beam etc. You can also save a lot of time in your designs.




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