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Mar 02, 2006

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What is the (implied) significance of comparing Catia and SolidWorks sales?

What is the relevance of contrasting high-end CAD vs. mid-range CAD sales, other than to point out that CAD software is cheaper today than it ever has been? The high-end CAD packages still leave the mid-range products in the dust once you look beyond basic solid modeling and sheet metal.

If Catia ever becomes "unsustainable", it should be a clear indicator that global industry, as a whole, is unsustainable. (SolidWorks simply can't design the majority of what's built in Catia)

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