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CAD SOFTWARES Question
 
Posted by: ankur8485

08/24/2005, 02:42:30


HI
WHICH CAD SOFTWARE SHOULD BE LEARNT TO INCREASE CHANCES OF PLACEMENT IN AUTOMOBILE DESIGN INDUSTRY.
PRO/E
CATIA
SOLID EDGE
UNIGRAPHICS
OR ANY OTHER SOFTWARE
I AM 3RD YEAR MECHANICAL ENG. STUDENT






 

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Posted by: ramakrishnabt

08/25/2005, 02:34:46

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hi

CATIA v5 and Unigraphics are the best choices.if u join for UG u must have the manufacture module in the course.ok

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ramakrishna
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Posted by: kelly_bramble

08/24/2005, 07:36:52

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Technically none, CAD software can be taught pretty quickly, not engineering skills.

I have seen all of the following used within the USA automotive industry - Proe, Unigraphics, SDRC Ideas, Solid Works, Solid Edge, Catia, and Autodesk. FOr analysis I have seen NASTRAN, COSMOS, and ANVIL.






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Posted by: yadcheng

08/24/2005, 04:13:52

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From my side, Pro/E has the priority.






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